Buried beneath proclamations of love or hate for WoW's group and raid finding tools lurks a common contradiction I find most players don't like to discuss: Do they use or not use these features despite their feelings? I'm a put-your-money-where-your-mouth-is kind of person, so when I hear players fuming that they believe random group tools have played a large role in the downfall of realm communities (a common line of thinking among players who are not fans of the dungeon finder and raid finder), I often wonder if they then turn around and use the very tool they rail against.
There's a simple solution to this sort of conundrum, I've found –- a reader poll!
|I don't use them, but I think they're great for the people who want them.||193 (3.6%)|
|I don't use them, and I wish they had not been put in the game.||80 (1.5%)|
|I use them, and I think they're a fantastic addition to the game.||4144 (77.7%)|
|I use them, but I think the game might be better without them.||916 (17.2%)|
Why do you use or not use the group finder and the raid finder? If you don't use these features, do you run with guildmates or friends instead, or do you avoid groups and raiding altogether?
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