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5-24-2011 @ 5:24PM
There is just no way for Blizz to do this fairly. Cata came out about the time my guildies were just getting ready to do Wrath raids (except for those who had grown impatient and moved on to other guilds with their mains). We likely would have got there, we are not incompetent just slow - as in maybe getting the group together once every two-three weeks. I'd rather play with people I like even if they (or me, for that matter) can't be on enough to progression raid. My favorite healer from Wrath for when I'm tanking is currently level 83 (has level 85 alts, but they're DPS alts). We won't be raiding any time soon, but if NOTHING ELSE CHANGED WE WOULD GET THERE.So I'm good with Blizz moving the content along for those who move fast through it, but let's not confuse playing forty hours a week with playing six. (And I count farming, researching and analyzing with playing, not just the actual hours spent in a raid).If Blizz stopped all development now, I could probably play for 2 - 3 years at my current pace before I ran out of things I'd like to do with the guild at our current pace.It doesn't mean I'm a lousy player, I just have other things to do in RL that take precedence.
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