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12-01-2011 @ 5:48PM
I went in last night with my guild, we were using RF as a fun thing to do together with our two 10 man teams. Even with 20 people queuing up, the RF assigned a random person as leader. Fortunately, a few of us had assist. The "lead" was a gogogogogo guy. He was told to shut up and that 20 of us were guilded and in vent and whatever he said was pointless anyway. It was a smooth run and we cleared all four bosses in less than an hour, no wipes. A few of us had previously done LFR on our alts so we had experience. It seems that joining in a group of at least 5 is definitely a benefit. Even more helpful if you have at least one tank and a healer or two in the mix. Overall, I really like how it's done. The fights aren't too hard, don't require everyone to be on voice chat and drop decent loot, especially for alts.The tips I would give for RF success would be the typical stuff that raiders take for granted: gem and enchant your gear appropriately for your spec/role, have all your glyphs, gear appropriately for your class/spec/role. I've already encountered people wearing brand new gear from the new heroics that hasn't been gemmed or enchanted and they obviously have no idea what they're doing. Don't be "that guy." Biggest tip that's missed in the article.
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