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3-01-2012 @ 12:09PM
Wish I could find something like this in a Horde raid team, been looking, but all I've been getting is offers from 25 mans. I had a raid team with similar hours (7-9 hours a week) that fell apart in December due to RL issues and player burnout. I'm very used to stopping exactly at 11 even if we're making good progression. Or doing a super quick runback and recovery to squeeze out one more attempt before the end of the night. Out of curiosity -- how much time do you spend outside of raid preparing to raid? How much focus do you put on raid composition? Do you have players that just don't research fights before the raid? Do you have a lot of folks who could sub in alts if a specific class was needed to bypass a difficult mechanic? (i.e. sub rogue for H-V&T.) One of the probems I did encounter is the repetetive nature of the content and burnout. For example, we chose not to work on H-Ragnaros because after we'd cleared 6/7H the thought of doing 200-300 attempts on Ragnaros-- like other raid teams were doing at that point in progress -- was just not appealing.
3-01-2012 @ 1:01PM
Check out this guild called Strat. Not sure what server---I think Illidan.
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