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10-26-2011 @ 6:12PM
I think you're exactly right about the dungeon finder. Yes, it is useful, but it destroyed the feeling that your reputation counted on your realm. I remember in vanilla and BC getting invited to instance runs because I had other players who would vouch for me. Your name and your guild mattered then.
10-27-2011 @ 9:01AM
I really miss the days of pre-DF grouping. As a druid that both tanked and healed, it was rare that I would log on and not get whispers asking me to help out in the daily heroic.What's more disheartening:Pre-dungeon finder, I typically added 2-3 new people to my friend's list every week.Post-dungeon finder, I've maybe added 2-3 new people to my friend's list TOTAL.
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