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1-18-2012 @ 8:27AM
As a member of a small guild (around 10 people if we all logged in), I say it's changing my raid quite a lot =)The only raids I've done are 2 or 3 of us would rip through MC or some other low level raid and I've pugged a few BH but that's about it for my raiding life (did pug an Ulduar). Being in a non raiding guild I always wanted to know what it was like in a raid, even though I don't like the commitment of being in one. Along comes the raid finder and I've now healed it on 4 different specs (both priest specs, druid and shammy, just need to get my pally up a little higher), as well as tanked and dps'd it (both range and melee). I even have a 4 piece bonus which I've never thought I'd ever get. So all in all, I love the raid finder. Sure it has issues but for me it's been a lot of fun (just looking forward to more raids come MOP).
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