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2-24-2012 @ 6:13PM
Good points. This reminds me of a comment somebody left a few weeks back, where they felt that WoW had changed from a pastime to a professional sport. There are too many players who've lost their sense of fun; they play to win (as defined by item level or gold or what have you) and all those other people in the group are simply obstacles to that goal.The results are pretty obvious: snide comments, dropping after a single wipe, vote kicking the mage because he barely meets the gear requirement, vote kicking the druid because it's her first time in that instance, vote kicking the hunter because he's Brazilian. This sort of behavior is bad enough in a 5-man dungeon, where even a tank can be quickly replaced, but it can be fatal to a raid team.
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