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6-19-2011 @ 2:02PM
@Tarragon Is this some sort of trolling? I've cleared the entire content, including Sinestra and Al'akir, since March. I think 10m is a silly format that can barely provide me entertainment. Am I in for easy epics, am I not good enough for 10s? Our altraid (10 man, by the way, without special comp or handpicking players, just whoever is available) cleared 8/13 in 3 hours or so without breaking much sweat, and that is with some players being in 353~ gear. The amount of good 10m guilds is abyssal. Most of you have no idea what you are talking about because your knowledge is limited to what happens after X waves of nerfs and reaching certain bosses after Y months of farming gear from previous ones. You have guilds in #10 world, in the 10m format, that raid 2-3 days/week, that should give you a good indicator of how much "dedication" goes around there.Matter of fact is, the core of players who are actually above the wave in this game still raid 25. Plenty of people rushed to the 10m format thinking it's gonna be a chicken with golden eggs and when they discovered that the times of wrath triviality are long gone and the format's difficulty has been increased, they started crying. Except the part regarding the future of 25m guilds (which is, by the way, grim, seeing how there are almost no new 25m guilds forming and the old ones are dying left and right - fact triggered by 10s also further reducing the already small recruitment pool available), Tyler is pretty much spot on in his post.
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