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8-11-2011 @ 6:19PM
15-mans to replace 25s would be interesting, maybe ideal. The only problem is that the outcry would be so great that it would sunder the forums leaving a swirling maelstrom in its wake.
8-11-2011 @ 6:27PM
We've changed raid sizes every expansion--we went from 40mans to 25mans and then to 10 and 25mans. It certainly isn't the first time they've done it, and it likely won't be the last.
8-11-2011 @ 6:31PM
I think there was a time when people cried about the end of 40man.
8-11-2011 @ 6:34PM
ideal? outcry? replace?i really cant see your point, from my purely selfish perspective 15 mans ideals are replacing those hard to balance/idealsetupreq/tooeasywhenyouneedspreadout 10 mans..just cant imagine blizz really destroying 25 mans, many folks ( including my guild ) has been togerger since tbc days ( and trust me, vanilla40 > tbc 25 transition was really painfull]and now what? suddenly you dont have spot in your raid for 10 of your friends? how you choose who to pickup?from my pov is much easier to go and find another five awesome ppl to your raid than go through your raidlist and picking names who 'make' it
8-11-2011 @ 7:49PM
Sidone: chances 5 people in that 25 DON'T have a level 85 alt?Grats on have 2 functional raids at 15 man level. And that is ignoring the obvious solution. 10 people left over? Guess we can do a 10 man...
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