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Replaced by the Raid Finder tool. Were you looking for info on the LFR difficulty mode?

If you are saved to a raid, you cannot sign up for it again.

You cannot queue for some raids if your gear is too low.

Looking For Raid (or the Raid Browser) is a new addition of Patch 3.3.0 and allows players to make Raids. It was replaced by the Raid Finder in Patch 4.3. It could be accessed by typing /lfr. The list can be sorted on character Name, Level, Class, Tank Role, Healer Role, and Damage Role.

You must be at least level 56 to use this utility. The first raids you can sign in for, are Upper Blackrock Spire and Zul'Gurub. Although like the Dungeon Finder it is not possible to queue for raids outside one's level bracket, all raids currently have a maximum level which goes beyond the level cap.

Patch changes

World of Warcraft: Cataclysm Patch 4.3.0 (29-Nov-2011): Replaced by the Raid Finder tool.
World of Warcraft: Wrath of the Lich King Patch 3.3.0 (08-Dec-2009): Added.


See also

External links

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