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5-10-2008 @ 11:27AM
I'm not a raider, but I don't understand the "it's only a game, why take applications?!?" argument at all. It's only a game, and you should play it the way that is fun for you. If that means learning the tactics and gearing up and committing to a strict schedule so you can tackle high-end stuff, go for it. You can't just collect 25 schmucks and hit the big bosses. And if you DON'T think it's fun to play that way, bog bless you and have fun your own way. Why do you want to convince the other folks that they're doing it wrong? Sheesh.
5-11-2008 @ 4:53AM
Casuals want to ruin WoW. Honestly. They will bitch on and on, about calling raiders "epeen seekers", but really, they want everything available from a vendor in Shatt for gold.You don't realise, it's not about epeen, it's an MMO. I.e "multiplayer". Not 1 man.
5-11-2008 @ 10:55AM
@EdgEy: There you go again! Casuals don't want to ruin it, hardcore raiders don't want to ruin it, except for the clowns who think the other guy should stop playing the way they want to play! Lighten up on the other guys! If you want to raid, go forth and raid and I hope you have a great time. Leave the casuals alone. Duh.
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