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1-29-2012 @ 5:14AM
I'm on the fence about the whole idea of kicking people for low heals or dps. On one hand, yes I can that LFR can be used as a tool to obtain better gear, and thus better dps/healing output. On the other hand I know perfectly well the gear available via the new five mans, and the dps and hps capable from that level of gear... when I throw that expectation of preparedness on their part .. into the mix, and mix it with the fact that I've been in MORE than my fair share of LFR groups where only 3 of the 6 healers are doing any sort of tangible healing what so ever.... As in, me and 2 other people are doing double, or triple their out put and running on fumes during certain parts of the fight as our mana is so depleted, and they're sitting there with nearly full mana bars, while the raid sits at 50% health or less ...and you're sitting there crossing your fingers one of your mana cd's comes up in the next 30 secs before everyone dies ...And then one of those people who are barely contributing wins something over you? Yeah .. it does rankle. Random loot is random loot, but the idiot who barely did anything, while you worked your butt off just then .. does bug you. It makes you feel like what is the point in even trying. It's a slow burn of anger and resentment, that makes you start to ask yourself every week, why you even bother running LFR in the first place. So while I think that being kick happy is bad... I've been in so many runs where I wish I were more inclined to be kick happy .. and where others winning gear which I feel shouldn't rightly belong to them does bug me.
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