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3-12-2010 @ 1:10PM
A sign of 'weakness' which unfortunately many guild leaders and MMO players in general have. Rather than seeing it as a game in which losing has no meaning whatsoever, there is too much focus on the chances of winning and where the biggest profit can be obtained.It's a shame to see things come down to that in MMO's, the challenge isn't allowed to be there. Whether it's dungeon runs we're looking at on which people get denied because their gear is "too low", whilst in reality meeting the gear level the dungeon was originally intended for, or it comes down to raiding where victory is to be considered questionable.Way too quickly imo it gets passed upon and many remain disappointed. The element of fun is just completely discarded and thrown out of the window.It'll be interesting to see what will happen to guilds like this the day a raid finding tool would ever get implanted. I wouldn't be surprised if many of them shall fall or lose a big amount of members as more and more players will begin looking for the more challenging raids elsewhere which the guild doesn't offer, and regular runs shall be skipped.
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