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4-12-2011 @ 6:17PM
I have to be honest here, I think that a possible good direction to take would infact be a server only LFG. This puts more pressure on people to play their role, for lack of a better term, properly. As a tank from BC through Cataclysm, I have to say that I still look back and wish for the old BC days again. I made a lot of close friends I still play with today back in BC. I had a very good reputation on my server as one of the few feral tank players would group with instead of asking for a pally instead. And that reputation followed me in to Wrath as I remember wanting to take my hunter in to ToC10 and the leader said I needed the achieve first. I told him I had it on my main and as soon as I told him my mains name, I got an invite. Back in BC, if you were good, both in knowing your class/spec and knowing how to get your job done, then people knew that they could rely on you no matter what role you were filling at that moment.By bring in a server only LFG, you will have a good chance to bring that back. You will force people to either fill their role as needed in the group, or end up on peoples ignore list where they will not be grouped up with anyone that has them on their list, eventually weeding them completely out of the LFG system. IMO, this will only really cause problems with those people that are the "problem" to begin with. People that are willing to do or atleast learn how to do any kind of CC or interrupt or whatever is needed will only improve and make things go far more smoothly. This will in turn weed out all those that just wanna sit there yelling "gogogogogo" and start firing off shots before the tank has even started moving. It might hurt at first, but I think the ends justify the means.
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