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9-09-2011 @ 3:55PM
> While the game is much better off with more accessible raids and no more nightmarish keying requirements, it does leave us with an awful lot of players blowing through content at the speed of light, which is not the ideal way to experience it.By removing the barrier to entry, the pool of potential raiders is "everyone". But the speed with which a raid group - once it gains access - gets through the raid content itself is unchanged.Once they have done so, they can serve as the cadre for pugs. The people pugged then carry that experience (and gear) to their own raid groups.But the only difference between the current state and the "nightmare key barrier" scenario is the size of the potential raider pool.What are you lamenting then? Surely not the greater number of people who are eligible to participate in raiding, since you applauded the barrier removal.
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