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2-27-2009 @ 8:25AM
The only frustrating moments in wow have been related to playing in a group of 10 or more. WoW is a blast until you get in a raid guild then the fun factor drops to about a 2 or 3.
2-27-2009 @ 8:37AM
While I agree that the most frustrating moments typically come while raiding, some of the best moments also come in raiding. Some of the more positive (or funny) experiences:-Watching a Tank who just got done saying how much he hates spiders pull the Arachnid Quarter for the first time (and not telling him about the webbing).-Fighting for a few nights working on a boss and finally getting him down. -Frogger... waiting for the inevitable "OMG, I was nowhere near that thing!"-Ventrilo.. while not part of the game, the reason I play this game is because of the guild I'm in. Most Vent conversations while raiding are priceless.Raiding can be very frustrating, but for me it is also very rewarding. I'll take the frustrations with the things I enjoy anyday.
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