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1-19-2012 @ 4:40PM
LFR as with any change, will change the end-game. That is, some will no longer attempt to raid normal or heroic. So, essentially, some of the potential part-time raiders no longer raid and that's it. Therefore, the number of Normal raid completions should go down as a percentage of players.Another factor is SWTOR. Face it. I have toons in two guilds. One of those guilds collapsed on 12/20... no one except myself logs in. In my other guild, 2-3 of 19 players are online off-raid nights. On raid nights we still manage, but if things go bad... the SWTOR lovers say... I'll just bail and play SWTOR. Hitting the wall in DS isn't helping there.But this article is essentially correct. LFR isn't fun for the same reasons as normal.
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