I'm not even sure how your brain could make what I quoted work for you. I think the word you are looking for is EARLIER. Faster ≠ Earlier. Speed ≠ Time.
Edit: On further reading, I understand what you are *trying* to express. It's just not right. And no, I'm not arguing semantics. The statement that content will be coming faster or more frequently both mean the same thing. You have to apply the words to the whole process, not an individual time of the process. While either of these situations might cause an earlier (temporal) release, one moment in time does not affect an overall definition of the speed at which it is delivered.
Last edited by Kelimbror; 2012-10-10 at 01:59 PM.
imho - 10-mans were generally easier for 25-man guilds because they could hand pick the best group out of their roster.
Most guilds who normally raid 10-mans have a limited roster. So their "A Team" is generally not as strong as a 25-man guild running a 10-man. 25-man guilds just have much larger rosters for which you can cherry pick perfect players/classes for a raid.
PLUS, 25-man guilds were generally the best players since 25-man guilds were all you had for top tier raiding in TBC and WotLK. Thus, most experieced raiders were 25-man raiders.
Just some things to consider when arguing about which is "easier".
Personally, I think both have their pros and cons. Some fights seemed easier on 10-man, and others on 25-man.
Just make a frontpage newspost saying that MMO-Champion will consider 10 man and 25 man as different world first races and will make different posts for them from now on. Be an example. Maybe that works better than having moderators telling everyone to not discuss 10 vs 25 man constantly.
If Blizzard would do something similar and stop trying to make them equal then we might not have our community split in four but in two instead.
Can you bet on raiding guilds? is there any sort of sports betting to make a little money on if the guild you like does finish top 3?
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