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6-08-2010 @ 8:16AM
I tend to pass a single comment and then see what the reaction is. Sadly most of the time it is very negative and any constuctive comment simply bounces off the thick armour shell that many players seem to have developed. Every once in a while I am pleasently surprised by the reaction when a suggestion is made and even if there has been a wipe, the whole instance experience suddenly becomes much richer, as people will start to talk (type) to one another. The one sad thing with the advent of the dungeon finder is that many instances are now run in complete silence, which seems to defeat the whole MMO concept of playing with other people. Having said that, it's the social aspects of WoW that have me coming back for more. Back on topic, it I get a torrent of abuse, then I have found that silence is golden, get through the run and move on. I do not give people the satisfaction of dropping group.
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