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6-27-2011 @ 3:25PM
The player who is to important irl should be booted from the 2nd team and never see a raid if you decide to rotate. Talk about a bad seed. His type will sabotage efforts, and should not be tolerated.
6-27-2011 @ 3:40PM
the last time i saw somone say something like this - we refused to take her to the raidand we suggested she use the raid time to get set up - since she had obviously set the time aside"ive got better things to do" /log/gkick (were a raiding guild ffs)this might seem a bit harsh but 2 weeks after joining a raiding guild?
6-27-2011 @ 5:55PM
I'd like to outline the way it might look to people from the other side though."I've done 5 man content some. It feels like I've done it a lot and I'm getting bored of it. I'd like to try out this raiding thing. After all, isn't it just a few more people and a bit more fun? Why do I suddenly have to train and work at it and make it a job?"And I have a lot of sympathy for this. I feel like the current game might be missing a UBRS - something that isn't much much harder, but is a little bit bigger and a caters to larger, but not necessarily more committed groups. At the moment there is quite a large jump in difficulty and commitment from the 5 man content to the 10 man content. I think the game could use some easy 10 man content which is less a raid and more a larger 5 man for players who want to try raiding, but don't have the time.
6-27-2011 @ 7:40PM
@TomActually, there isn't really a jump from 5-man Heroics to 10-man Raids.
6-27-2011 @ 9:50PM
I hate it when people use the excuse "I don't have time to raid". You can get up to all of the current tier raid content final bosses with six hours a week. If you don't have time to do that then you're going to have a helluva with an MMO anyways unless you mostly enjoy the single player aspect. I would say that if you have time for heroics, you have time to raid; if you don't then don't expect a seat.
6-27-2011 @ 10:12PM
@ Natsumi.I kind of feel like the step from regular heroics to troll heroics is pretty notable difficulty-wise for most people and is a good step in between raids. That said, I think the people who notice it the most are those who are prepared to raid but can't/don't when they have to put more effort in to carry the subjects of the OP's letter.
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