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Posted: May 10th 2010 6:57AM (Unverified) said

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Posted: May 10th 2010 7:51AM TheGreatMachine said

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Not really to be honest.
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Posted: May 10th 2010 8:15AM (Unverified) said

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Fanboy :P

Posted: May 10th 2010 10:18PM TheGreatMachine said

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You couldn't be more cliche if you tried. I think both games are mediocre
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Posted: May 10th 2010 9:59AM (Unverified) said

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Enough of the raid content, when are they going to return to their player base of small groups and solo game play.

The last expansion was boring and lacked the enthusiasm of earlier expansions. With little or no "real" content for those of us who like small groups.

Posted: May 10th 2010 12:13PM (Unverified) said

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I agree 100% with troy. Where did all the small group content go? Originally, a heroic encounter (in EQ2) was tuned for groups of 3 or 4 characters but since Kunark it seems that full groups are required for appropriate-level heroic content. TSO is nearly useless to my level-locked trio and most Kunark and Odus instances are too difficult for us at the level they were intended for.

I feel that all of this effort expended on raids -- especially 24-man raids -- only benefits a minority (but a LOUD minority) of the population. I believe it would be better spent by using existing raid zones and creating a heroic version of them (as an option, so no content is taken away) so us non-raiders can experience more of the game.
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Posted: May 10th 2010 7:53PM Xii said

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Could not agree more with you and DeathMutant.

Too much of the game is focused on large-scale raids. It seems like non-raiders are being ignored, or simply dropping away.
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Posted: May 11th 2010 4:58AM (Unverified) said

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ohhh fnar fnar spit spit.. cliche darling.. jolly hockeysticks!

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