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2-24-2012 @ 6:46PM
This wouldn't really accomplish what you think it would accomplish. You'd suggest not getting the achievement for a raid until you used the same 10 or 25 people for every encounter? That would have a pretty adverse affect on guilds like mine, where we have 15 or so raiders for a 10-man raid, so we sub people in and out depending on who needs what from each boss, who feels like raiding the most, as well as covering for people who arrive late/leave early, and making sure we have reasonable raid buff coverage. Progression 25-man guilds (like world first guilds) probably have 35+ raiders they can pull from to make up their group. Also, there is no "world-first" achievement, only server first. World-first is recognized by the community, and the raiding community in general wouldn't recognize this kind of restriction. And even if they did for some reason, the world-first guilds would just do even more extensive PTR testing, and arrange their group for what they needed on the hardest encounter.
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