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1-16-2012 @ 8:13PM
@Valis"That's a bit loaded don't you think? LFR does take a certain amount of real effort, especially if you've never raided before in your gameing life."I have to disagree on this point. As a social experiment I queued for LFR as dps on my Paladin (which is mainspec prot). I proceeded to pretty much remain alt-tabbed for the majority of trash and barely contributed something resembling dps on bosses. I survived all the fights and walked away from tier shoulders. Probably performing the least of anyone in that raid.Did I contribute any real effort? Hardly. Did I get my "entitlement" absolutely.FYI I lead a raid on my main (Druid tank) that is currently 8/8 normal and planning to start heroics once post-new years numbers settle back. I honestly have no problem with LFR, it's done the game a world of service, maybe I'm just lucky that my guild/raid has been tight-knit and drama free for so long, but I honestly don't see a problem with all the new cross-realm raids/dungeons that are accomplished at the touch of the button, cause our small community still thrives.
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