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2-24-2012 @ 7:35PM
Virtual players.I see it as you're always a group of 25 (or more) in a raid, but some of the 25 are players and some are various levels of AI. It would be better if the AI had some way of being the same level of skill as other people in raid (impossible to accurately measure, probably very difficult to even get a fair estimate), and fairly easy to give them the same average gear level.For groups who have more DPS and not enough tanks and healers or vice versa, the virtual players would fill out the roster. For people who find running with an army epic - great! If they want 24 of their friends with them, they just have to put the group together and not deal with any virtual players at all. And if a couple people can't make it one night, you can still run.Some issues might be determining when CDs are used, telling virtual paladins whether to put up Concentration, how to start a fight when the main tank is virtual, experimental strategies that the AI is incapable of cooperating with.
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