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4-26-2010 @ 12:42PM
Sorry, but I don´t know why you are so angry or sad about this change.-You enjoy 10 man raids? Great, in Cataclysm you will be able to run them, and the loot per players ratio will be the same as in 25man raids. The gear will be the same, because it will be as hard (or easy for some) as 25man raids.-You enjoy 25 man raids? Great, in Cataclysm you will be able to run them, and the loot per players ratio will be the same as in 10man raids. The gear will be the same, because it will be as hard (or easy for some) as 10man raids.Wait, you say that you deserve better reward from 25man raids because they are harder to organise? You say that in WotlK, you won´t say that in Cataclysm (unless you are a brain-less troll): expansion after expansion, raids are easie to organise. TBC - no more 40man raids, WotlK - even casuals can go pretty far in the hardest raid with gear only from heroics, and from what we heard now: Cata - short raids (able to group with people with limited playtime), more raid (less people locked-they did an other raid earlier in the week).In Cataclsym, it will be easy to organise 25man raids.Why run 25man raids then? Because you enjoy runing them more then you enjoy runing a 10man raid!``Whether you're a big guild or a small guild the choice won't be dependent on what items drop, but instead on what you enjoy the most. ´´Now, why do they have the same lockout?Today, we see all the time QQ on the forum: ``Im am sick of ICC I am only raiding that and it is pretty boring .´´ Hey guys, Blizzard heard you! And they will do something against it!First of all, a few little raids against one long raid. The amount of content will be the same, the diversity of that content will be much bigger.And, you wont have to run the same raid twice per week, simply because you can´t!Don´t fear, you won´t lack instances to raid, I am sure Blizzard will think about it (or already did).Wait, you say that people who don´t want to raid the same instance twice don´t have to? You don´t like runing heroics, but you do so anyway!
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