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1-18-2012 @ 8:02AM
technically you can say i raid a lot more now, (3-4/week compared to 1-2/week) but it doesnt feel like it. LFR doesnt have that emotion and sense of accomplishment you get when you tackle a raid with your guildies.
1-18-2012 @ 2:10PM
As someone who doesn't raid regularly (only pugs, no raid team), I have to agree. Before 4.3 I was lucky if I could squeeze my way into a raid once a week. Now I do LFR every week. HOWEVER, this week in particular I got lucky to get invited as a pug to another guild's run and we downed two bosses in DS 10. The difference in feeling of accomplishment and the level of engagement is absolutely staggering. During an LFR run I can do it with one hand eating pizza and talking on the phone. During a normal run, it really feels like a raid, a group effort.
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