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3-13-2012 @ 3:15PM
Bah. I'm a Wrath baby. 40-man raids, I solo them for transmog gear. Don't really care for any of them.You have no voting option that recognizes that some of us don't yearn for Mighty Vanilla.
3-13-2012 @ 3:32PM
Probably since the poll isn't directed at that demographic in the slightest.
3-13-2012 @ 4:15PM
I'm a Wrath baby too (actually, late TBC baby), and I also solo them for xmog gear.But man, when you're all alone in those huge, dark, lava covered halls, you can get a glimpse of what raiding was like in those times. You can really feel the epicness.I haven't raided since Cata came out, never got past the first bosses of Ulduar or ICC in WotLK, so most of my raiding experience comes from Trial of the Crusader (and Naxx.. but yeah) so maybe I'm not used to large epic raids as opposed to 25 people locked in a single room, maybe that's why I find the old raids so impressive (and Kara too, although it was 10 man).
3-13-2012 @ 4:39PM
Well, not putting an option up for people who didn't raid in classic makes the results of the poll inaccurate.
3-13-2012 @ 6:16PM
"Well, not putting an option up for people who didn't raid in classic makes the results of the poll inaccurate."I wouldn't say a poll asking people for their opinion of Woodstock (the 60's version) was inaccurate if it did not include people who did not attend, or only saw videos of it. If you didn't raid in classic, how would you form an opinion of any of the raids?
3-13-2012 @ 6:29PM
"Well, not putting an option up for people who didn't raid in classic makes the results of the poll inaccurate."How so? The poll isn't looking to answer the question of, "How many people raided in Classic?" It's looking to answer the question of, "Out of people who DO have an opinion...what was your favorite classic 40-man raid?"Not adding an "I don't have an opinion" option doesn't make the results inaccurate.
3-13-2012 @ 7:47PM
it matters when people who didn't raid classic vote on their favorite anyway
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