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12-09-2008 @ 12:53PM
I'm not sure if I'm the only one who realizes this, but the casuals who didnt raid before Wrath, arent going to raid now. People who didn't see illidan because they are "casual", wont see Arthas either. They will continue to farm rep, gold, buy mounts, collect pets, run 5mans - and maybe hit the ocassional 10man naxx. Hence the term casual.So all you raving lunatic commenters who call yourselves 'casuals' and love to "LOL HARDCOREZ SUX WE GET FREE EPIX NUBZ" on every thread that even mentions a raid need to realize thats its not a Casual vs. hardcore thing......Its a failure vs. winner thing. Those who are failures will love the free epics and rewards for no effort, where the winners want challenging content with satisfying rewards. The casuals wont raid anyway (besides occassional 10man naxx) so leave them out of it. Because you fail at raiding and/or fail at getting the necessary people to raid, doesnt mean blizzard has to make the content drooling-idiot easy.Watch, when you realize that only 10% will beat arthas you will realize its still the same thing, only everyone will have t9 epics from spending badges and achievement points and other welfare type methods. TL;DR -- Failure vs. Winner, not Hardcore vs. Casual!
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