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12-20-2010 @ 10:06AM
I find it amazing, even the hired help doesnt play the dungeons fresh, they go watch um and then play them. I miss MMORPG (no names, dont want a E-penis contest on MMORPG's) that had encounters that people didnt figure out for months, not hours and you heard about it in game, not watched it on youtube... I still say WoW's bigget flaw is its player base, its all people who want everything spoon feed to them. I play Randoms and if you wipe once (sadly its somewhat often with all the people who cant play 15 minutes without a AFK or watching TV and playing) they drop leaving the rest of the group hanging. Thankfully with the new Expansion (and city rep) Randoms seem to be somewhat easy to get again, even if you play a DPS class.Still like WoW... :)
12-20-2010 @ 5:57PM
Personally, I think they need to up the penalty for dropping group. Around seven days would be appropriate, I think, if only there were some way to distinguish intentional drops from bad intertubes. Alas, there isn't. My other suggestion would be to dispatch hit teams to the homes of people who intentionally drop, but I suspect that's even less feasible... ;)
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