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6-24-2011 @ 7:41PM
Just a thought, looking at the history of raiding for the past couple expansions. You may just take it slow and wait for the inevitable nerfs to come. Blizz has seemed to go through the same stages lately where as new raid content is difficult off the bat to give those exceptional guilds a fair shake at world firsts and the likes, but then within a couple months everything is 'tuned' to the more, not casual, but typical raiding guilds. I wouldn't call the sky falling just yet, give it a shot, maybe take the advice of going back when you hit a wall with firelands and do some base HM's or what not and just wait it out a bit. I know that sounds somewhat negative, and I don't mean it as such, but basically they have proven that if the majority of people are struggling with something they will make it more accessible in time. My guild is only 3/13 heroic currently due to a lot of people coming and going and I worry about some of our early firelands experience too, but I think by the time we're at a wall with it there will be a first segment of nerfs to encounters. It pains me to say that as I would like us to be a great top end guild and all, but we just simply don't have the dedication for it as a whole. Point being, don't stress over the difficulty too much, things are always hard at first and if you're still raiding at this point without nef/cho'gall down then it says your guild is dedicated enough to stick it out without blowing up internally, so it shouldn't be any different come the next tier of raiding, right?
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