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11-08-2010 @ 11:03PM
"You're forgetting that the most challenging and rewarding fights ever seen have had 0 room for error in the 25man setting - one person dying typically meant a wipe. So yes, 1 person dying in 10man means you lose 10% of your raid, while 1 person dying in 25man means you lose 4% of your raid."@Blacksen I agree with him here. In addition, some raid mechanics favor 10 while some favor 25. Blizzard can opt to make a pseudo-hard mode for the easier encounter to balance it with the harder one. For example, this "hard" mode will punish the raid for letting a raid member die whether it be a 10/25 version. It will require some iteration on the part of Blizzard but hey, that's why they're the raid designers and we're the raiders. They might not be able to nail it 100% all the time, but a close 90% is fine.10 man too easy you say? Make it so that a death almost certainly a wipe. 25s has 3x battle rezzes! That's a good balance I think.
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