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2-06-2012 @ 1:28PM
One of the "risks" of implementing the LFR is that some players might cease trying to progress on Normal and scale down to just having fun in the easy LFR mode.I'm not sure how many players feel like this, but I, for one, really dislike both repeatedly wiping due to some random stranger's failings, and feeling like I might be holding back an otherwise fine group. Given that my old guild's raiding group has broken apart, and the availability of the LFR, I'm not going to set foot back into Normal or Hard modes unless I get invited to some raiding group, with competent players, and the right mix for me between casualness and commitment; not a likely proposition at all.I don't see this as a bad thing, though. Someone who is keeping to LFR by choice is most likely having more fun and/or slowing down his burnout rate. And if he gets the itch to try something harder, the Normal and Hard modes are there.
2-06-2012 @ 2:38PM
Please, no one get mad at me for this, but.... If you're a healer and want a friendly place to raid where we take it seriously, without taking it seriously (we make fun of each others' failings.... a lot, but we would still like to progress), my guild's alt-runs are a great place to hang out.
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