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11-17-2011 @ 11:44AM
@MattKrotzerI would have to disagree with your job or football analogy here. I think a better analogy would be to imagine two neighbors. One neighbor goes out and mows their lawn makes their house looks nice. The other neighbor sees this and also wants a nice lawn. Now your argument would be that to have a nice lawn this second neighbor should go out and 'earn' a nice lawn by doing the work to get it. And you would be right. The second neighbor should take the time and effort of getting a nice lawn if they want a nice lawn, just as if they want a nice mount they should go out and do the work to get it.But lawns (and jobs) and raids are not the same. Imagine if getting a nice lawn required a team of other people who specialize in different jobs and worked in perfect unison. Oh! And this team gets to dictate when the lawn is mowed and you have to be there for it so your choice of mowing teams is limited. And they are only taking you because no one else wants to pull up the weeds. Yes you want to ride the tractor, but too bad, your job is weeding. So even if everything else is working for you, you are doing a job you dislike with the team. And a few of the team members like to mow lawns drunk. Good luck with the lawn, who knows you could get one that looks like your neighbor but it is not likely.Tis is a more realistic analogy.Getting rewards in raiding is not solo work. It is a team game and you only get the rewards your team gets.
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