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2-24-2012 @ 3:29PM
get rid of one or the other.Make it ALL 10's, or ALL 25's. This splitting it up thing isn't working, and this coming from a casual sorta-raider. If you have two raid sizes running concurrently there will always be the "this one is for losers" mentality which is gonna suck the life out of it.Either that, or restrict 25 to LFR.
2-24-2012 @ 5:10PM
I want them to move to 15-mans. That allows for at least one of each class in MoP (where there are 11 classes). You get the class flexibility from 25's and the buff coverage, you keep some of the "epic" feeling of the larger raids, as well as just being administratively easier than either 10's or 25's (where 10-mans can't have many backups for people who need to take days off, and 25's struggle to be able to actually fill the slots).Get rid of both sizes and find a compromise in the middle.
2-24-2012 @ 5:44PM
That would be lovely. Small enough to manage without going completely tharn, big enough to be "epic"....
2-24-2012 @ 11:19PM
Agree completely Plainswander. I'm amazed that Blizzard is still planning to do the two raid size thing in Mists. I was certain that equalizing the gear rewards in Cataclysm and then a blue floating a trial balloon about 15man raiding was Blizzard clearly signalling that they were going to settle on a single size for raiding.Retaining the 10 and 25 man sizes just is not working. It compromises encounter design (most fights tend to "feel" more right at one size or the other); it increases the amount of work that Blizzard has to do; and it fosters, as you point out, some resentment among players.I just don't understand why Blizzard just doesn't pick one size for MoP. I don't really care what size the settle on, but the current system just doesn't work.
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