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12-06-2011 @ 9:43AM
ZA was originally a raid, which became a heroic-only dungeon. A regular instance hasn't given mounts since I think Classic, when there was only a single difficulty--and even then, the drops were very very rare (Baron's is the only one I can think of, and Strat and Scholo started out at 10 man difficulty due to length and challenge).LFR is meant to be a place where people see new content and possibly get a piece of gear and extra valor--which is likely why interest will drop quickly. They may add incentives to keep people looking, but for the most part they seem to be keeping the interesting rewards (mounts, etc) to regular raids as an incentive to join a regular raid team if possible. If they allowed all the same rewards in LFR as regular raids, there'd be less reason to be in a raid group and I can see the possibilities of MORE drama as raiders ditched or slacked off because they could get what they wanted in LFR instead of working for the team (for some folks, anyway). They want people in regular groups more than randoms, but are making things easier for those folks who have no other options--which is a nice change from earlier versions of the game, even if the system isn't perfect.
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