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5-14-2010 @ 3:23PM
I only started raiding in ICC. It seems I have issues with "raid awareness" and am on probation as mentioned in the article. It hurts to feel like a second class citizen; I guess that's the way it is with little to no experience. I like my guild and the people in it but maybe I do need to find something a little less hard core. Either way, its a game folks, its supposed to be fun, not a f**king job for crying out loud.
5-14-2010 @ 4:25PM
Sorry, Tim, I hadn't seen this reply of yours and responded to you in the post above this.I do want to add something onto what I've been saying both in the article and in the comments.Talking about this subject is very hard. Though it may not seem like it at times, I'm really not an elitist prick. I just understand that there is such a thing as 'skill' and that some players are better at playing WoW than others. That's fine. I am not suggesting that everyone take all the 'bad' players and lock them in a boat with each other, I am merely stating that you do not allow things to happen such as what is happening here.Players are people too, and often times it seems we forget that. :\
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