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11-30-2011 @ 8:24PM
"We've already heard some wonderful success stories about the Raid Finder, with many players who once would have never seen raid content now getting to be part of it in a big way."I doubt many players that had never seen raid content have used this feature already given how you require 372 ilevel to be able to queue. Mayber some people that had never ran the new 5 man dungeons a lot, but I still think it's very few at this point.
12-01-2011 @ 3:05PM
Actually, my boyfriend and I have never done more than one or two bosses in raids before. But after we got a few more upgraded gear pieces from these new dungeons, we were able to do the new raid easily. Its probably more common than you think.I was very surprised how easy the raid was. Personally, I take longer than most people to get to the ilvl needed for raids once a new expansion hits. By the time I can get in raids people wont take me because I don't 'know the bosses'. That always seemed really unfair to me because I never had a chance. This new expansion allows me to get in the raid even if I don't know the bosses so I can actually have a chance to learn them. It only takes one time and I learn them just fine as long as its explained well.For that, I thank blizzard for thanking of us that have college, children, and jobs. :)
12-01-2011 @ 11:23PM
Now I'm not completely new to raiding, but I didn't set foot in anything past the first few bosses in BWD/BOT and nothing in firelands, with no gear from any of those things, and I had nearly enough ilvls to get in. Heck, I didn't even have all the valor point gear from last tier. I still got a high enough ilvl after running the new dungeons through once and equipping the quest rewards and a few drops.
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