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9-22-2010 @ 4:58PM
That functionality exists in the game right now. The issue is that no one uses it.The Looking for Raid tool allows you to flag yourself as looking for a particular raid. You can tell it what raids you want to run, what role(s) you can fill and you can even leave a little note to help entice other raiders. It’s all very intuitive and helpful.The big issue is that no one uses it. Even though it’s 100x more convenient and user-friendly than sitting in Org all day, the community still chooses the latter. It’s very hard to get people to break old habits, I guess…Blizzard has categorically stated that they would not extend anything like City chat beyond the walls of the city. They don’t want players being able to communicate unfettered with every other player at the same time regardless of location. Such a thing would simply extend the bilious language and childish behavior that exists in /2 to the entire world.
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