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11-11-2011 @ 3:26PM
Having the tool itself work for only 25 players I completely understand. As you explained, group composition is more likely be to good, and the math works out better.I just wish one could access the difficulty level of the LFR tool with a 10 man pre-made group.
11-11-2011 @ 3:41PM
You summed it up perfectly- it is a tool. It is there to help people a) help learn the fights or b) get people to see content who might not be able to otherwise. And like jfofla suggested, for alts to bridge the gap between sets. As far as it being less social, I have to disagree, just on the fact that this will keep you with 24 strangers a lot longer than a 5-man. Yeah, they might not be from "your community" but they are people nonetheless. Perhaps at some point, they will have a mode where you can make groups from your server with the same LFR difficulty.
11-11-2011 @ 3:42PM
i'm willing to bet there will be a 'join as group' button.
11-11-2011 @ 3:49PM
@djsuursoo Oh there probably is a join as group feature but then we'd have to play with 15 other people that we don't know. I love my guild. I love playing with my guild. I love our 10 man raiding team. But sometimes it's handy to have access to easier content and it's a shame that there won't be a way to do that with JUST the 10 of us.
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