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4-25-2011 @ 11:19AM
The game has changed a lot...even at point Kara was relevant, the tide had already turned.Gone are the days when people wanted to be part of a *guild*, as opposed to part of a raid. I remember the days when we'd have 40 people in a raid, and 15 or more people sitting at the entrance hoping to get a chance to join in. That was 5 days a week, and it was consistent.These days it seems like people hop online at raid time, and log out as soon as invites are over.I guess by lowering the bar to raiding, Blizz has raised the expectations of inclusion in players. That combined with the 'Me generation' attitudes seems to send a lot of players running away as soon as they feel like they're in any danger of sitting out.
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