TBC like, with Karazhan being 25man.
Current model of regular / heroic
Current model of regular / heroic but no LFR
All Flex raiding
Current tmodel with servers that have regular/heroic only
WotLK model without LFR. I really don't see why they added LFR when you can just experience end game content with dungeons to gear up and by making up to date dungeons every raid patch it would be better for people to hop on normals which is easier since you don't need to do previous raids unless for transmog gear.
scrap looking for tards!
Why do people act as if Ulduar was Jesus sent down to earth? They hard mode activation's are no where as magical as people make them out to be.
resto shaman <- washed up idiot
Voted for current system.
Do NOT want separate 10/25 lockouts. Would prefer 10/25 both abolished, replaced by Flexi (ie LFR - Flexi NM - Flexi HM), however I realise this would potentially be disruptive to current NM/HM raiding guilds so I don't think it could be done in WoW as it stands. Maybe WoW2.
Really detest these calls to remove LFR - don't like it, don't do it. It's excellent for what it is designed to do.
Tiered raiding sounds nice but just doesn't work in practice.
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Remove lfr for the most current content, replace normal with a slightly better version of flex. Hc as it is. Would be my choice for rescuing this shit called community.
I am perplexed by this statement, it worked well from my experience and I cannot recall anyone ever bitching about it, in-game or on forums (at the time)Tiered raiding sounds nice but just doesn't work in practice.
I'll go with a Ulduar model for Heroic,
But two seperate raid (10 and 25 )was good, you had something to do all week
But still, having a few dedicated 10 men ( like Kara or ZA) and a few dedicated 25 men ( SSC, BT etc etc ) was the best
Some people either forget how Wrath raids were set up or they have only been playing since Cata and think 10 and 25 were always the same. Doing old raids you always hear someone ask if you are going to do Naxx on 25 heroic.