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2-25-2012 @ 2:36AM
Consider though, how does fun fit into the current model? If you want a laid-back breeze-through, well, LFR is the best way to go with that. If all you want is large groups, again, LFR. What do Normals and Heroics offer that LFR doesn't? Better gear and harder challenge.So, starting with a baseline of gear and challenge, let's add in the aspect of bigger groups. How many people (per realm) are after the best gear and/or hardest encounters AND prefer larger groups? If they have to choose between the former and the latter, which wins out?With each decision, some people are going to go one way or the other, and it certainly seems like the people who both want the best rewards (either in loot or prestige) and prefer the largest group size are going to be pretty rare.If 3% of a 2000 character realm (60 people) do normal-difficulty raids, what percentage is willing to fight through to 25s on heroic? If it's less than half, the numbers aren't going to satisfy the need.
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