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4-28-2010 @ 11:50PM
"It seems like this change will separate those who actually like 25-mans from those who are only doing it for the gear."Can resume the situation pretty accurately.All around it would seem people who love 25 man format are not liking the new change and people that run with smaller 10man guilds are welcoming it.I'm personally goin 50/50 about this, I never could bring myself to stick around in bigger guilds for the simple fact that people often come and go and there's always some guy you don't know(people who will freak out at the first sight of a wipe or worse), whereas 10s are usually much more intimate/forgiving.25s sure feel right from alroe stand of view, but I don't find them confortable, let alone 40s. On the other hand I can easilly understand how much hardwork it is to get 25 people together on a regular basis, filling spots ect and feel like these should get more in return, but thats already what we got with the current system.It all comes back to Daniel's statement, those who really love 25s or already have 24 very loyal friends will stick to it, whereas those who were only doing it because htey "had to" will break up into smaller more private groups.The antisocial/casual part of me is rejoycing, while the harcore/minmaxing player is cursing at blizz.
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