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11-06-2011 @ 1:54AM
Miz (AWESOME name by the way ;) ) I agree that sociability isn't the only barrier to raiding, I meant it more in a general "making yourself available" (which, yes, many of us, myself included, have grown out of, with the requirements of adult life) sense. You have to admit, though, in the current incarnation of WoW, there are so many tools at the "really really want to raid" player's disposal to enable it: automated guild recruitment, server transfers, faction transfers. If someone only hae three hours a week, they could, with a little homework, line those three hours up with 24 other people. In light of this, the raid finder is "allowed to suck", since the alternative has "been made so available".Should players have to jump through all those hoops to stop relying on LFR? I don't think so, (I am captain "kill co-dependency" here) but until MoP hits,raiding is the singular PvE endgame road, and once the 4.3 era has passed, the raid finder will have largely played its part, IMO. In this context, the decay of LFR is allowed to sink into planned obsolesence.Just my two cents.PS: Deathwing is, indeed, gon' get got!
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