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9-20-2011 @ 3:17PM
i think this is one of the most salient comments so far about the inherent, and often overlooked, elements of raiding.the camaraderie is really what makes the game for me; of course like any team sport, winning makes the friendship come easier; winning after adversity adds depth and profoundity to the relationships. but endless losing streaks can really rip things apart.i suspect maybe this is part of the rationale for blizzard's nerfs. Maybe to help forestall the disintegration of guilds... we've seen reports and numbers indicating that 25 man guild/raid teams are slowly wilting away... with 25+ folks banging their heads against the wall (especially in the wow environment that 'expects' to beat content fast because of game-familiarity, generally, among players) and perhaps lightening the load that mechanics play will allow guilds to focus on the cohesion and morale of their teams to keep them running. Just a response to a thoughtful comment.
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