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8-31-2007 @ 1:47PM
@12 You've never heard of a casual raiding guild have you? I'm in a raiding guild. We raid 2, sometimes 3 days a week. Max. We started raiding in May. Kara is now on casual farm. Gruul has been cleared for over a month. Starting on Mag, VR etc. This in spite of our MT and raid leader quitting due to RL pressures halfway. We have fun. We don't have suicide kings , dkp or any of that BS. We need roll. That's it. Legion on Emerald Dream-US - look us up.. The guild first boss kills are a ton of fun. We may down Illidan before WotLK, we may not , but we progress well, we work professionally, we're raiders and we're still having fun. Just because you chose to turn your raiding experience into a 6 day a week full time unpaid for job experience doesn't mean everyone else does. Not every raider defines their happiness and enjoyment with ONLY their progression as a yardstick. "The only people actually having fun playing WoW are the casuals." - Way to generalize.Sorry but plenty of raiders have the maturity to enjoy the endgame progression without letting the endgame progression DEFINE their lives. Your bad luck you weren't one of them.
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