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4-30-2010 @ 8:19AM
I think the solution is that we make 10 man groups physical larger, like an enlarge spell, so that they take up more space.This game design stuff is easy. Next problem please.
4-30-2010 @ 8:23AM
Who knew all the QQ could have been solved with a Great Feast.
4-30-2010 @ 8:27AM
You'd be surprised how many problems can be solved with food.
4-30-2010 @ 8:37AM
I thought this too, but that will make for a lot of other changes that need to be made - running speed, ability range, aoe type effects(10yards in 25but 30 in 10?) The bosses themselves will also have to scale - imagine Deathwing being only twice as big as a gnome he's fighting - exaggeration but you get the idea. Overall this will be very annoying as the two raids will have a completely different feel and people who do 10man will feel like newbies in the 25 version and vice versa.Rather have 10-15 extra npc's there that are practically useless in a fight. They would only be there when a bossfight starts to avoid them making trouble with trash and the boss will also ignore them until his big enrage is hit
4-30-2010 @ 8:46AM
No no no, that's way too complicated. We are just going to make the players bigger and not think about the rest of that nonsense.
4-30-2010 @ 7:12PM
@Zenith .. extra NPCs on boss fights in 10s? That's brilliant. That would be a great way of bringing some of the epic large scale back, you still have an army to do these things.
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