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8-24-2009 @ 2:02PM
For what reason would a raider not be able to do that, if anything, it would be easier for someone who raids to amass large amounts of badges and co-ordinate farming and crafting.I see a lot of people who complain about there not being enough content for non-raiders, and I find that statement ridiculous. Raiding isn't particularly difficult, it's a time investment, yes, but it makes sense that someone who invests more time in something gets a greater reward, the same applies to PvP and to collecting, questing and making gold.It annoys me that people stereotype and assume anyone who takes PvE content seriously cares more about loot than people. Yes, I expect a certain standard of effort and skill from the people I raid with, but it's no higher than the standard I set for myself. If you choose not to raid, that's your choice, arguing that you should get your own exclusive content because you can't raid is illogical, you can raid, but you choose not to, the only thing that makes raiding content "exclusive" to raiders is your choice to not raid.
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