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5-14-2009 @ 9:06AM
I think this is true as well, Badtanc. Personally I'm in a pretty casual guild. We have cleared Naxx, and have downed a few bosses in Ulduar, but have gone back to Naxx for the last few weeks (gearing up alt, other mains...). Since we have Naxx on farm, I don't feel there's any real point in playing anymore, except on the rare occasions we're doing Ulduar. If I could spend four-five hours per week in progression I'd be happy, and my gaming needs would be fulfilled. As it stands however, I've begun leveling alts instead because I really like the game.Maybe it has got to do with the attitude. Hardcore raiders focuses on progression and getting better, while casuals mostly seem to play only because it's fun. I think it's a lot more healthy to have a professional standpoint towards the game, at least a little.
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