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4-29-2010 @ 3:32AM
I think this is a solid design philosophy on Blizzards part that will open the door for the new (LFR) "Looking for Raid" option that I have a feeling will be introduced in Cataclysm. This could have a nice random option so that people wouldn't just skip out on older raids as is the case with Nax, Uldaur, Ony...etc. I think it is a shame that these raids are now practically unused due to being a lower tier of gear in an expansion that isn't finished, but for all intents and purposes the only time the content is visited is if it happens to be the weekly raid. I think that this is the crux of the problem and Blizzard is trying to figure out a way to keep content relevant during late cycles of an expansion - hence only being able to kill the same boss once a week. I would be more than happy to run Malygos again if the gear that dropped was in the current tier especially since 90% of the guilds have not completed this Raid. This would be a solution to that problem and I would not be surprised if this ace was tucked inside a certain crab’s sleeve.Blizzards hand has not been shown yet so don't assume that this will be the end of the world because I am sure that they plan on catering to all segments of the player base. Plus they will be coming up with guild rewards which in my opinion is a very exciting concept.
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