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1-18-2012 @ 9:28AM
I raid... that's a change in itself. Although I've raided in other games, I'd never really been on a raid in the two years I've played WoW. Being a busy parent makes making a regular commitment to a raid team tricky and my guild while a great group of people is basically in the same situation so although there have been several attempts, raid teams don't seem to come together. While I'd love to have a regular team to take down the content with, I suspect Raid Finder might be more my pace.
1-18-2012 @ 2:17PM
I feel the same way you do. When I am done with my kid either everyone is in a raid or done raiding for the night so RF is my favorite toy. One a side note this week I have been seeing an interesting development, apparently RF is no longer there to see the fights and/or see get gear. I has in 2 raids last night and some poor fool (sorry to use the words) came out and said "lets kick the lowest dps". I was healing but I spoke up and told him that this raid was easy mode and 17 people could beat the raid and he should leave the low dps people do their thing. Most of the people in the raid agreed with me and they did not kick anyone out, but the fact that I am seeing this on RF is just unbelievable!
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