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12-28-2010 @ 4:05AM
bdew, I'm very very not hardcore. Raiding is not my gig (if that's where you draw the "hardcore" line), but I AM a fan of a comfortable, healthy community. A community not poisoned by a large sum of people all "soloing in group content".We should want each other. We shouldn't NEED each other, that's co-dependency, we should WANT each other. That's co-operation. You should WANT, and thus WANT to seek a group of your own. You should NOT feel "I don't need friends, I have the dungeon finder"... at least, not if you have goals any higher than regular dungeons (which is just fine, by the way).WOTLK gave birth to, or at least gave rise to "you're not the boss of me", "I don't need you guys, I'll just queue again", and "gogogogo". These ideas DIE at cataclysm heroics, (which are, handily enough, the mandatory gateway to cataclysm raids) and thank everything decent that that's working as intended.omedon666.livejournal.com
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