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2-22-2012 @ 1:49PM
matt, It's rather simple actually. Saying this buff is not an imposition, like BK wisely put, is outright bull**it. If you are not the leader of your group, you'll have to suck it up cuz he'll most likely want the buff. And if you're the leader, you'll be forced to suck it up and use the buff because if not then most of your group will defect. Now, onto your question: I currently can' t say I have a group, unfortunately. I spent most of this expansion too busy to raid, and now that I found a way to fit raiding into my schedule, it's been pretty hard to find commited people to make a solid composition. That said, I was able to be whisked away a few times into a friend's group who's 1/8H (altough they say my gear is still too low to do heroics - iLvl 392). Anyways, I believe you shouldn't NEED the PERFECT RAID COMPOSITION to be able to get down bosses and clear a raid. No. But you should need SKILLED PLAYERS. Every fight should be a CHALLENGE. To overcome a boss should mean something. What blizzard is doing is trivializing the challenge, to the point where most people don't CARE. "Necessity is the mother of evolution". You don't need to play 8 hours a day to be a skilled player. Being a "casual" is not an excuse to be a bad player or to not care about gemming/enchanting your gear. At least it SHOULDN'T be. If you just say to everybody "you don't need to care about being a good player; we'll just trivialize the content until the point where even you'll be able to plow through it", where's the incentive? where's the drive? where's the motivation?If you lift weights in a gym and you can't pull the 30 lbs. weight, do you put a cartoony "30 lbs." sign on the 10 lbs. weight and lift it? or you train so you are able to actually lift the real 30 lb. weight?
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