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12-14-2010 @ 11:28AM
1. We were wondering the same thing in our guild meeting Sunday, as several guildies were rep-capped at different amounts - I was about 2100 into Friendly, someone else was over 5000 in, someone else was only 1000 in, etc.The best theory we could come up with was maybe there's a finite amount of guild rep that can be gained in aggregate by the guild members as a group, and whoever grabs first gets it. But we can't find verification yet on any of the usual sites.If that's the case, it would be a good argument for doing stuff on your mains and/or in your primary guilds Tue/Wed/Thur, and do alt stuff and level non-guilded toons on the weekend.2. http://www.wowpedia.org/Cataclysm_instances_by_levelThat "Required Average ilvl" is no joke. One point shy, and you can't go in.Also, it's been said that they intend you to have a much longer gearing-through-heroics phase before you'll start raiding (well, not as long as in vanilla, but definitely longer than in Wrath - ding 80, do heroics for a couple days, get a handful of purple 200s and you were ready for Naxx; absolutely not gonna be the case this time around). Steel yourself now for a higher percentage of heroics ending in something other than your success.(Aside... I disagree with the shorthand for Lost City of Tol'vir being established as "LCoT" - makes you think it's part of Caverns of Time. "LC" or "LCT" would get my vote.)
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