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5-01-2011 @ 1:19AM
@Stella KhatibiIf you use a checkbox you're are basically splitting up the available players. There would be less players in the random dungeon finder so those queue times would get longer...plus there's probably not going to be many who will opt for the "realm only" dungeon finder so that's going to take a huge amount of time as well. I think a 2 hour queue would deter even the most community-craving individual.In short...yea that idea sounds good, but it would probably end up being terrible. I also agree with MusedMoose about the technical aspect. NEVER assume something to do with code is going to be easy. Look at the backpack...seems like it would be simple to put in the option to make it more than 16 slots, just change the number form 16 to 20 or w/e right? Wrong. They can't even change that because of some weird coding issue. We, as laymen, don't really know anything about what it takes to make something happen in WoW, so I think it's best not to assume.@MusedMooseIf you don't like someone then put them on ignore. If they're on ignore the Dungeon Finder will never group you with them. I actually wish these were two separate options tho because you may not want to group with someone because they're a noob, but that doesn't necessarily mean you don't want to hear anything they say.
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