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11-04-2011 @ 10:46PM
This is exactly right, at least in my opinion, particularly your last point. Throughout Wrath I was a regular raider, one of the leaders of a 10-man raid that made it through all the content in normal mode. I was willing to spend the time to organize a (albeit small) group of casual raiders, explain fights, and really concentrate and communicate for four hours twice a week.Currently, in cata, I still have arguably enough time to raid the same as I did in Wrath, but I'm just no longer willing to deal with organization and wipes because of slight mistakes made by people. Of the four people who served as "raid leaders" in my group in Wrath, only one is still actively raiding, and he is no longer the leader. Though this is partially due to changing life circumstance, it is arguably more due to the increased amount of explaining we have to do in order to ensure our raid's success. As many complaints as there seemingly were about Wrath, it was the perfect raiding model for me as a college/graduate student.
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