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6-07-2011 @ 6:46PM
I wonder how that "dungeon finder" worked? If you had to be by the Meeting Stone, then couldn't you just wait until enough others showed up (if at all - lol) and TALK to them to form a dungeon group, instead of standing around together and waiting for the stone to set you up in a group? :-D
6-07-2011 @ 7:02PM
It was like a physical version of the LFD tool. You activated the stone, and were queued with anyone else that happened to also physically activate it on the same server/faction within a certain timeframe.As you can imagine, this limited the actual pool of active players massively and most people didn't bother with them at all.
6-07-2011 @ 9:19PM
Hey, I used it once! It found me a group for Wailing Caverns!Just because I never did it again doesn't mean it was totally useless! XD
6-08-2011 @ 2:13AM
Aaaah, now that makes sense! Thanks for the clarification :-) I was having visuals of groups of players standing around a meeting stone, mute and waiting for the stone to introduce them, lol.
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