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2-15-2008 @ 2:35PM
Eh, half the people here are just stating over and over again that they're tourists. You do realize that can go to any one of these top end guilds' web sites and download their kill videos. You can read the entire questlines on Thottbot and WoWwiki. There's your story line. Now if you want to be there with your character, you really need to be able to play your character at raid-level skill and have at least minimum experience in Karazhan. Find a good talent build, some castsequence macros, do a little theorycrafting. You need to read the fight tactics, find some forum discussions on the ins-and-outs, farm or do dailies for a week or so to fund your gems and enchants. Then app to a moderate raiding guild and commit to 3 hours for 3 nights and have fun with it. Not all raiders are pulling 6 hour shifts 5 nights a week, and not all raiders are elitist Nazis. Attunement causes that more so than the challenges of the raid bosses. With no attunements, there's no reason you can't come into BT/Hyjal beyond your own skill - so get to work in whatever time span you can manage. Just don't play
2-15-2008 @ 2:41PM
And by the way, I can guarantee you 99.5% of all guilds clearing high end content are not there immersed in the lore. They're talking to each other about their stats, setting up healing, buffing, tanking and cc assignments or yelling at each other about who caused that sheep to break. You're better off watching a vent-muted kill video or reading the strats on WoWwiki, at least that's peaceful enough to glean some story.I'm out here shooting arrows up this sea giant's asshole while murlocs keep pestering us. What the hell does this have to do with a swamp on an alien world and an interdimensional portal? Just unlock the Vashj door so we can get into that really impossibly hard level we all used cheat codes to beat at the end of Warcraft III.
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