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6-04-2007 @ 10:52AM
I'll never be a hardcore raider. I like to go out with friends fri and sat nights. This is unacceptable to the raiding crowd since I don't know what i'm doing until a little bit beforehand. Shortly after BC and getting keyed to Kara I had to leave the guild I had been in for about 10 months. It seemed like Bizzarro world in there after people got a whiff of Karazhan and went PvE crazy. They called Karazhan "raiding" -- which technically is correct, but in 2 months it'll be nothing more than a tuned-up UBRS with gear below Arena/PvP content (season 2 ftw). I signed up for a team, but had to drop out after the 2nd week of raiding. Turns out I like to go out to bars and hang out with RL friends on fri-sat nights and that IS NOT OKAY (even with the "Casual Kara" team).I go out on the weekend nights with my RL friends and some people actually thought they could make fun of me for that. It doesn't make sense, it's all backwards. I generally choose RL over WoW, and when I do, the hardcore WoW players mock me for doing RL stuff? Who cares how nice your side-grade epic bracers are from Karazhan? I would always choose a date that ends the next morning over a bunch of 1s and 0s in a database somewhere (even if they code for phat loot).
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