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12-29-2011 @ 3:29AM
RVR...If there is one thing that i've learned, both as a form of courtesy and as a tool to understand behavior, it's that no one wants to have their time wasted. That seems like it's become a major mantra with wow groups since I returned to the game right after Cata launched.Don't have the Chievo? Sorry manDon't know the fight? Maybe next time (and in this day and age of strat guides and youtube, there is no excuse for not knowing at least the basic mechanics)I can understand how this line of logic can upset folks. Well, if I can't pug the encounter, then how the heck am I supposed to get the stinking achievement in the first place since by looking for a pug to do it kind of explains in and of itself that I'm not in a raiding guild (or at least not on the raid team). But this is where the LFR comes in.Now, the DPS thing is something separate. You have to accept the fact that there are going to be some elitist jerks (not the website) who are going to ask to vote kick anyone not pulling more than 15k in LFR. Honestly though, if you're legitimately meeting the gear requirements for LFR in the first place, 15k shouldn't be an issue as far as DPS if you know how to play your class and have yourself at least halfway correctly gemmed and enchanted.
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