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12-20-2011 @ 12:15PM
World First 10 mans are near meaningless, because whether or not they're hard or not (Loleroc), 10 mans are considered by the competitive guilds as mickey mouse content that they only run because 10 man has a higher player to loot ratio and allows them to work on 2.5 legendaries during H-FL grinds. Grats to KIN and all, I'm sure it was a ball-busting fight, but let's not even pretend that groups like Paragon would ever be given world first titles running 10 man, they were just spinning their wheels and doing what they could in hopes that the 25 race would take long enough for them to get back into the 25 content.
12-20-2011 @ 12:31PM
Ummm...their kill was on 25.
12-20-2011 @ 12:33PM
The guild IS a 25-man guild.
12-20-2011 @ 2:40PM
Oh, and 25man has a higher loot to raider ratio than 10.10man - 2 pieces of eq drop (1 per 5 raiders)25man - 6 pieces of eq drop (1 per 5 raiders + 1 bonus)Not sure if trolling...or just uninformed.
12-20-2011 @ 4:37PM
Here's the really funny part, I believe it was Greg (might have been another) that mentioned that Korea considers 10 man to be the harder content. Which actually makes sense, since in 10 man, if one person screws up then it's probably a wipe, where as in most 25 man fights that I've seen, 5 people could screw up and the boss still gets downed.
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