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11-16-2011 @ 2:42PM
I can honestly say that I have no idea what the demographics on the PTR are.While I think it's fair to say that WoW noobs almost certainly don't show up there, I don't think this is a noob issue: first off, to get in, one has to at least get to 85 and then run enough current raids or new heroics to get one's ilevel high enough.Thus, I don't think noobs will be contaminating LFR for a good while: it's more about trolls/immature players.I think it will work better when it goes live: community experience will go up, there will more than likely be many more partial guild groups (10+ queuing, and we'll be able to set up partial groups through realm channels as well.
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