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1-03-2011 @ 6:09PM
Great post. I don't understand why someone would pay to play this game and then not pay attention and work with the group they just willingly queued up for... It's quite counter-productive, but yet it happens all the time. As a DPS player, it can be quite frustrating when I've just waited in a queue for 35-45+ minutes only to get in a group with one or more players who don't want to learn OR teach. They just want to get quick JP and get angry/ rage-quit when the group wipes. Bottom line: Work with the group you get! It's in everyone's best interest to work together and teach eachother the fights/ strats. It's more fun that way, and you'll wipe less.
1-03-2011 @ 6:24PM
Main reason is because they have learnt the content and expect everyone else has too, sadly this is not the case when the content is less than a few months old, as people are still experiencing for the first, second, third time, and people see the "good old days" of wrath, but fail to remember that we didn't know those encounters 18 months ago, and I had groups wipe on me even though they were much more brute force encounters than cata's regularly when new content appeared, a few months in, everyone had gear, new the strats and it became less of an issue, a lot of people haven't lost the elitest arsehole mindset that the end of wrath generated when none of the hcs were even a challenge.
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