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12-01-2011 @ 8:58PM
20-mans would have worked perfectly back in BC. It definitely would have made it less painful to transition raiding from 40 man to 20 man. However, I have doubts that Blizzard would ever do it. There was such a clusterfuck when they changed raiding back in BC that I don't think they want to be subject to that again with downsizing raid groups from 25 to 20. It may not seem like much, but it is very difficult to take a stable, well-oiled 25 man group and just dump 5 people out of it.
12-01-2011 @ 10:36PM
well they already placed their head in the lion's mouth when they announced that 10's and 25's would drop the same loot. So I dont know if being afraid of the possible reaction players may take (wich to be honest will always be opposite to them) is the reason to not do it.In my case I support the idea of 15-man raids and dropping the 25 AND 10 man, but that has to do with the fact that I play in a low pop server in the less populated faction. As an officer of a raiding (nor hardcore, nor casual) guild, I always had the problem of having 14 or 15 people online on raid nights, wich meant having to sit out people constantly switching them from week to week so everyone can enjoy the raiding.
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