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11-06-2011 @ 1:37AM
I fully agree that that is rule#1 in "the WoW we know", but, looking at LFR as a "fix" to "The WoW we know", I wonder just how many sacred cows they are willing to slaughter for the sake of inclusion, accessibility, and storytelling.Indeed, your very response to people standing in fire only supports my point: some of the people that will use this feature will be learning "rule #1" for the first time. If you're going to get that angry when it happens... then doesn't it make sense that, since it is GOING to happen, that it doesn't cripple *your* chances at loot, since the person perpetrating the "newness" (and what a horrible crime that is, I know :P ) has no reason to think of you intheir own learning experience, or even to stick around for another attempt? Remember, it doesn't even take opposable thumbs to queue. I'm not saying either way is *the way*, I fully beleive (as you'll read in my other comment) that this is a bandaid to last until they open VPs right the hell up, and the only people raiding will be those that want to.I'm only thinking in your best interests, Mr/Ms raider elite ;)
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