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8-16-2011 @ 6:56PM
RE:Raid Calendar SystemThe raid-lockout system has undergone a significant change. The new system will have all instances reset at a certain server time, regardless of when you were actually saved to the instance. The reset schedule is as follows:Molten Core: Every 7 Days, resetting during weekly maintenance.Blackwing Lair: Every 7 Days, resetting during weekly maintenanceOnyxia: Every 5 DaysZul'Gurub: Every 3 DaysTemple of Ahn'Qiraj (40-man): Every 7 Days, resetting during weekly maintenanceRuins of Ahn'Qiraj (20-man): Every 3 DaysAll resets will occur during off-hours, when the least amount of raids are active.-----------------------------------------------------------------------I have always wondered why Blizzard has never come out with another raid that has a different raid lockout time other than 7 days besides the above mentioned.I would LOVE to have ALL old raid's lockout time be reduced to 3 days--besides the current expansion's raids.I mean...why have the old 7 day lockout time for old raids anymore? -To farm mounts/gear...does it make a difference if people want to do this--if they think it is fun and enjoy doing it-why not let them?-The programming is too hard to change.(i personally love this excuse)This will never change but I have always wondered about it.
8-16-2011 @ 7:05PM
Didn't Zul'Aman also have 3 days?
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