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6-09-2009 @ 11:15AM
I am casual in terms of the amount of time I have to play. But given that my availability to play is so limited, I expect to get the absolute most out of each play session.If someone is going to be doing any 10/25-man raiding, they need to make sure their gear is properly gemmed/enchanted, that they pay complete attention, that they go all out on DPS if that's their role, etc.Nothing makes me madder than when people don't do one or more of the above things and then expect to roll on drops.I don't like raiding with people who take that aspect of the game casually, and so it's frequently frustrating to be in a guild that can't fill out a full 25-man roster and has to bring in puggers. Sometimes it's a good, efficient run with maybe 1 or 2 wipes in H Naxx, but most of the time there are some people who are simply not prepared, don't give a crap, or some combination thereof.
6-09-2009 @ 11:38AM
I am also casual in terms of the time I have available to play, but in exactly the opposite manner.I put a decent numbers of hours into the game, but it's usually in bursts of an hour or so at a time, and seldom on a regular schedule. As a result, raiding and arena has been mostly out of the picture. Instead, I spend my time soloing, leveling alts, running 5-mans, and fighting in the battlegrounds.
6-09-2009 @ 11:55AM
I'm in the same boat as Aler. All my times to play are in 30 minute to an hour bites except my early morning playing before the family is up. I have even fallen into the habit of playing Night Elves since Shadowmeld is a great "pause" button when my wife or daughter needs me for a few minutes.I dont raid, but like ElderDruid I do what I can to get the most out of my limited time to play.
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