I love hanging out with friends in-game, especially when we get enough of us on to go run a dungeon
or two. However, I've noticed that the standard small group
size in MMOs isn't exactly "standard;" it fluctuates from four to six depending on the game in queston.
Four has the benefit of assembling a group easier and faster, although it perhaps makes it more difficult to slot all of the needed roles. On the other hand, six might be too many depending on how few folks log in that evening. But I'm not going to Goldilocks you folks by saying that five is "just right." The truth is, I don't know what
I prefer in a small group size. Flexibility, I guess.
So what's your ideal small group size for instances? Would you be open to MMOs boasting, say, a three-person or seven-person small group?
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