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12-06-2011 @ 11:54AM
It depends what you mean by sustainable. Will the queues be as fast as they are right now? Unlikely. But as a dps, going from an instant queue to a 10 minute queue is not going to stress me out -- I'm already used to dungeon queues that can run 30 minutes (longer at the beginning of Cataclysm).The normal life cycle of a raid is that at first people run it primarily on their mains. Then, as they get geared up and get used to content, alt runs and pugs start appearing. If anything, raids become more accessible and are run more often later on in the cycle. I don't see why this couldn't replicate itself on raid finder; the content is easy enough and fast enough that it will be pretty inviting for people to use it for alts even after their mains are geared.Plus, it will continue to attract those people who can't run regular raids. So overall, I suppose I disagree with your conclusion. I think the RF will be very sustainable.
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