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3-25-2011 @ 3:39PM
@SagrettiI respectfully disagree. Just because it is a pugged raid doesn't mean you can go in unprepared. Before you go into a raid, pug or guild run, there should be two requirements. You should be geared enough and you should know the strategy. If you do not meet these requirements, you shouldn't be joining the raid. Also, while I agree that watching the video, reading on the forums doesn't necessarily mean you will be perfect on a boss, doing so can still help you and your raid a lot compared to just going in there blind and expecting the information to be spoon fed to you. All this really saddens me as this just confirms my beliefs that the raiding mindset has completely changed. Before wrath, raids were always about the group being more important than any single person. People who weren't up to the task were asked to leave. I myself was asked to leave the raid by the raid leader who was my RL friend. But you know what? I didn't complain or whine on the forums that my class was underpowered or that raids were too hard. I didn't complain that I should be in the raid or that I was being treated unfairly. Instead, I tried to get better at the game and asked for another chance. Since then, I have been a member of a raid that has downed every boss in the game since TBC. Now it's all about everyone having their cake and eating it too. This guy expects nine other people to explain the fight to him when he could've just restarted his computer and fixed his vent problems. And if he got kicked for restarting, then tough luck. Try and get better at the strats and maybe next time you will be there for the raid.
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