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3-16-2008 @ 9:01AM
I think the real thing to ask people is: "how long have you been playing WoW?" I've had a bit of both on my server; it seems that the players of the mind that the writer (and myself) are the people that have been playing for some time. The ones that immediately use the in game system are somewhat more green. That's just an opinion, not a blanket statement.The old-school way seems so much more personable than the roller in game. The groups I go with, be them friends or PuGs, nearly always ask "mind if I take those?". That just seems to be the general response.If I recall correctly, the in game roller was put in place to prevent ninjas. Either way, I'm glad the roller is there; but I'll only purely use it when it's unavoidable. Communication is king!
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