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4-20-2011 @ 12:13PM
The cross server RDF has huge advantages. For folks who play at odd times it means we actually get a chance to do some dungeons. If it was server only, we'd probably never see dungeons except on weekends. I dearly, dearly love cross server queuing.On the other hand it has exposed the worst parts of the WoW community, as many people said it would.I agree that reputation and accountability are needed. That's the problem right now. I think a cross server or queue preferences list would solve that.Similar to X-Box live, you should be able to 'ignore' somebody and never be grouped with them again. This should also be by account. No making alts to get out of your just reward for being a jackass.You should also be able to mark somebody as preferred and have a higher chance of ending up in a group with them.This takes quite a bit of work on Blizzard's part, but I don't see why it can't be done. E.g. Microsoft managed to do it.This will over time make it so that being a jerk gives you a much longer queue as more and more people add you to their 'don't group' lists. It will bring back some modicum of reputation and accountability.
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