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7-26-2010 @ 2:15PM
If you're referring to the fact that "as long as I'm having fun, who cares about the hardcore numbers", then you'll probably be in a guild with the same attitude. When Mr. Andrews brought up "criticism culture", that's part of what he was talking about. If you're in a casual guild who's only goal is to have fun and not care about numbers or whether or not you get the Lich King down, that's fine. You probably won't get a lot of use out of this article.If you're in a guild that wants progression and you're saying "I'm having fun, so what if my dps is lower than average" (or something along those lines), then you either need to open up and accept the criticism or change guilds. It's important to have fun while you're playing this game and everyone knows the "it's my $15 a month" argument, but if you're ruining everyone else's fun for your own sake then you're just an unsuspecting jerk.
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