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2-24-2012 @ 4:04PM
Perhaps it would help 25-man raid groups if they could more easily fill their empty spots. Instead of having to call off a raid when they don't have enough people, they could use an in-game tool.Remember what /LFR was before the Raid Finder? Players could list themselves as available for raiding (without being stuck in a queue), and raid leaders could check it to fill their ranks. Now what if such a feature were expanded to list more information to raid leaders about each of the players/characters who've listed themselves, such as Challenge Mode achievements (to get an idea of their skill), account-wide raiding achievements (to get an idea of their experience), PVE item level, etc. That way, a raid leader could make informed decisions about puggers to invite.Another thing I think would help is a lower number of guild members required to have a kill count as a guild achievement (but not for realm-firsts). That way, the hosting guild isn't penalized for bringing in puggers or friends from other guilds. I, for one, am only interested in raiding in 25s when it doesdn't require leaving my guild to join a 25-man-raiding guild.
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