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9-22-2011 @ 12:41AM
As a student living on his own and still wanting.. Er... Attempting to have a life, these changes and shifts in gameplay are very welcome. The fact that blizzard is adding the Raid Finder is a fantastic notion that they want to add a lot more pick-up-and-play aspect to WoW, even at level cap. I currently do not raid as my schedule is always crammed and usually any time I have to play is not much longer than some BGs or getting my valor cap for the week.. It's very pick up and allows me to progress in gear and ability while not making WoW a job.. Raiding just isn't an option with my schedule. The problem is that I'm a HUGE lore nerd and my true passion is for the story of WoW.. I wish I could raid, but simply can't commit. If blizz adds a Raid Finder version (lower dmg/health/ilvl gear) of every raid, players like myself will be able to participate in moving the story forward! Give the true raiders better gear, and definitely add perks for their hard work, they've earned it! But giving casual (unfortunately now.. Used to have so much more time :( ) like myself a chace to down rag or deathwing makes putting maybe that extra hour or two SO much more worth it. I'm excited to see what this Raid Finder and raid nerfs bring.
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