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Second raid night

 
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PostPosted: Wed Jul 30, 2008 2:12 pm    Post subject: Second raid night Reply with quote

Horsa is interested in running Kara, solely as a badge run, on some night other than the TNF. If we could get 8-10 people, we could grab a bunch of badges for those of us who aren't "ho hum, what am I gong to do with another 20 badges' like some people. Smile

Even if we only have 8 people, we could clean out a few badges, depending on who we hand, we can damn near clear, netherspite being the big question imho. But with 10, even if it's "alt heavy" should be a fun and profitable run.

Additionally, in a month or two, when Theonar and SherKhan are 70, they too will want to boot some head.

If we don't have enough for a Kara run, we could pug the needed slots, esp if we have tanks and healers, or go run the daily heroic. Either way works for me.
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