They all should share same lockout.
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Yeah, for gearing alts, but also for helping catch up in things such as the legendary quest if you miss bosses, as usually one player won't be in for every boss during both progression and farm as, if SoO is anything like ToT, certain classes will be favoured for certain fights.If ur an Heroic raider why would u do LFR and Flex?? (except maybe for alts)
The reason I see many casuals state they like LFR is because they don't have the time/schedule to commit to a raiding guild. I 100% understand this and agree.
Then I watch some "progression" raiders come back and say, "If you can't commit to raiding then you shouldn't be raiding."
Then I watch these same people who claim to be "progression" raiders whine that they have to commit more time to running LFR and now flex to min/max their characters.
This makes me giggle. Until the people of this game realize that they way they play is not the one and only way these threads will never stop.
I know. It was just a reference as to why you would previously need to do LFR, even as a heroic raider.There's no need to do legendary quests in SoO. You will be able to get your cloak on day one without stepping foot in a raid.
Imagine if LFR didn't drop legendary stone-type things. Same situation.
Most raiders realize that LFR is a time-saving convenience when hunting legendary stone-type things and horribly OP trinkets. A few don't think it through and so they bitch about being "forced" to do LFR when in fact if LFR wasn't there, their lives would suck more.