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5-23-2011 @ 2:52PM
I think it could work out. its funny, the article talks about people being more busy during summer, less people online, and it talks about there only being 7 new bosses.Doesn't that match-up perfectly then?You don't have to raid 3 or 4 nights a week. You can raid 2. My guild currently does Thur, Fri, Sat, Mon. Though, we only need that many now because we are working on hard modes. Normal, we can clear BoT in just over an hour, and we would only spend 2 hours in BWD. I see one raid, 7 bosses, as dropping atleast 1 night from our schedule, and depending on how hard Firelands is, spending 1 night running BoT or BWD for peoples gear, fun, achievements. So, this will help cooldown the burnout effect, and it will workout since less people will theoretically be logging on on a normal basis.And if your logged on during a normal raiding night, but no raiding is happening tonight, there is a HUGE new questing system opening up that you can play around with. And I'm sure there will be 2 new heroic dungeons as well.Still bored? Level an alt? Make some tea, start a fire in your fire pit, and learn to play an instrument? Still not happy? Recruit pugs and go earn some achievements.I think Blizz got it right, why flood us with content during the season when less people are online or can reliably show up?
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