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6-30-2011 @ 7:06PM
I love this. Currently, I'm in a guild that pushes content and hard modes, but it's nice to know that when I decide I'd rather have a social life, I won't have to sacrifice being able to still see the content and have a good time.
6-30-2011 @ 7:24PM
What's this? A person who raids current content and yet sees the merit of gradually lessening the difficulty of non-current raids so that more people can see the content?...I think I may be in love.
6-30-2011 @ 7:30PM
My guild is not in heroic modes of anything, but we were 11/12 normals before 4.2 hit. I personally don't have much time to raid, and am lucky if I do one raid night a month due to my and my wife's work schedules. This means I can actually pug things with a chance of success!I'll take it. :D
6-30-2011 @ 8:20PM
This is also great because it allows my guild to roll through the content on our alts while we push Firelands this week on our mains. :D
7-01-2011 @ 12:33AM
@lirdanMost people who raid current content think that. The people who are right at the top of progression, all normal mode bosses dead working or finished hardmodes, are a tiny percentage. It is much easier for us to gear up our 25 man team now so we can hit up 25 man firelands (dropped to 10 man guild because of ICC burnout).I much prefer they make moderately difficult content and then nerf it later, rather then make easy content like ToC. Most guilds can't handle hardmodes but want more of a challenge then faceroll bosses.
7-01-2011 @ 10:41AM
if hardcore raiders are honest about it they realize this change only benefits them- it makes it easier to recruit geared players.
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