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11-16-2011 @ 1:42PM
I think a lot of the earlier fights (Morchok) are going to be killed pretty regularly in the raid finder. He's a pretty standard tank-n-spank, on par with most BH/VoA bosses if not easier. My personal experience wasn't all that different. I joined in and found myself facing Morchok about 5 seconds before the tank pulled. I'd seen a video so I knew what to expect and the boss went down fairly easily. I had to leave due to lag issues during trash before the next boss. The second time I queued, I came into a group who was mass vote-kicking d/C'ed players, afk'ers and "bads" (I hate that term, btw). He leader barely explained anything before sending us in to our deaths, sung to the sounds of "bad heals", "fail" and "OMG U GYZ SUK". After a few more attempts with no progress, the entire thing completely self-destructed. I have more hope for the system though. I think it's going to be a lot like any new heroic or BH boss. During the first month or two, groups will fall apart regularly as people fail to mechanics and rage quit on each other, but after a while you'll see people start to have a general knowledge of each fight and slowly you'll see groups start to press further and further in. I dont know that downing Madness will ever happen on a regular basis in LFR (like 50% of the time or more), but I don't think it will be terribly uncommon either.
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