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3-14-2012 @ 5:30AM
The community paradigm before LFD was that a server was a small town - you'd see the same faces all over and everyone knew each other's business. (I mean, you'd also see the same faces all over because some races only have one decent face, but hey).LFD changed the experience to that of living in a city. Loads of anonymous strangers, you'll never see them again, mostly you ignore them while you get while you're going. That's why people are lamenting the loss of community - it's partly a factor of just being surrounded by more people.In the city your community is personal - Blizzard needs to make it easier to casually stay in touch with the people you find you get on with through LFD. RealID is a bit of an overkill for that - just because you were quite fun in Throne of the Tides doesn't mean I want to give you my email address.
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