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12-01-2011 @ 10:18AM
I actually had a good experience with the raid finder. 4 of us from guild had grouped up (1 tank, 3 healers). We were all in mumble together, and one of our guildies that had been in previously was explaining to us what to do, even tho she wasn't in the group with us. We had some people come and go, but for the most part, everyone stayed around. Took a about an hour and a half, but we had a couple of people that took the time to explain the fights in raid chat. All in all, it was good for me to see the fight outside of the guild setting. I didn't feel as much pressure as I do in the main raids, and I felt a little more comfy going into the 2nd night of guild 25. We only had a couple of GoGo guys. I am pleased with this implementation. I feel like I can actually get my army of alts geared up and ready for the next xpac without the massive time sink. (maybe not BiS, but at least not so squishy that I will be frustrated when their time rolls around to get to lvl 90.)
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