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2-01-2012 @ 1:20PM
The guild I'm in went through the exact same thing. We hit a stumbling block on heroic Staghelm and that was all she wrote. Half the team split off and formed their own 10M guild and then we lost even more people in the weeks after as they (understandably) just didn't have the will to try to rebuild.Regardless of whether you prefer the 10 or 25 person raiding size, the steady drop in non-LFR 25 participation makes it look like that format is slowly dying out. Honestly, I have no idea what could be done to get people back into it. Bribery with better gear will only, at best, bring in the wrong kind of people. An interesting question (for me, at least) is whether or not Blizz feels they should do anything. Most of the 25 person format difficulties lie in the social aspects of organizing and running them not in the game mechanics.
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