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3-30-2010 @ 3:03PM
They need a ladder system. My guild is very happy with the 5% but not comfortable with 10%
3-30-2010 @ 3:06PM
"Grom, could you sing your warsong, but less loudly?""AHWDHAAAAAAAAAHHHHHHHHHHHHH"
3-30-2010 @ 3:07PM
then play through 10% until you get slightly better gear and turn the buff off altogether.
3-30-2010 @ 3:08PM
Our guild would happily jump to 30% right now if we could.Let's get this Lich King dead already, sheesh.
3-30-2010 @ 3:11PM
3-30-2010 @ 3:18PM
stealing that for my sig. lol.
3-30-2010 @ 3:28PM
I'm with Randolyn on this one. I really don't get the philosophy of not wanting it. It's like someone giving you a corvette bet you want to stick with your moped.
3-30-2010 @ 3:45PM
I'm with you PBoy. We have a 10 man raid that isn't class-optimized and I feel the 5% gave us the benefit of having less druids and mages. At 10%, I'm feeling like the satisfaction of downing the boss is a bit diminished. I had hoped the new casual-friendly WoW would remove some of the "gotta do it NOW NOW NOW" pressure for guilds that end up having to go at the raids longer but that does not seem to be the case.I'd be happier with a choice between 5% and 10%.
3-30-2010 @ 8:22PM
People keep acting like ICC is being made stupid easy by this progressive buff. They seem to be forgetting that it was *Blizzard* that put it in, meaning they balanced ICC around this buff! I read that Theorycrafters had speculated that the heroic Lich King is impossible without the 5% buff! So, really, you're not being belittled or pandered, it's a valid game mechanic!So, feel free to enjoy your game guilt-free.
3-31-2010 @ 5:24AM
Truely, 30% raid buff is waaaaay too much and our guild will feel very uncomfortable with anything more that 29.9999999999999999999999%.
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