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Fixed: Anniversary Event Raid Queues Bugged

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Update: A hotfix has resolved the issue. More info below.
It seems there's been some trouble with the Memories of Azeroth LFR raids for the Deathwing mount, as a lot of players (or perhaps all) can only queue as DPS and (probably because of that) the queues are extremely long. Blizzard have responded to say that this is indeed a bug and they're working on it.

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A few minutes ago, we deployed a hotfix that should make it so that party leaders and solo players can queue for non-DPS roles.

 

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I’m not sure about you guys but this que time is seriously long and Chromie don’t allow you to que any other specific roles. Do you guys think this needs to be fixed? Leave your comment and let Blizzard know ? !

 

The fix for this is in progress. Thank you for your patience.

 

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Wonder if they are going to fix the current bug for the Ragnaros encounter....last night the screen kept resetting itself like you just ported into the encounter after every 15-20 seconds.  Some speculate that the previous encounter, with Nefarion, is so buggy that they request all Warlocks and Hunters to unsummon pets and stay on the pillars till Nefarion finishes his skill casting.  Needless to say I'll be running through the Cata Raid event again today.

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