Jun 13th 2008 5:29PM i think what most people aren't considering is that raiding usually means shutting yourself off from the outside world for the time period that you are raiding. nobody likes waiting for 1 person when you're in an instance/raid. therefore, you pretty much have to strap in and stay focused on WoW (or maybe that's just me). unfortunately, if you're not single (married, kids, etc) that means shutting those people out. saying "it's only 3-4 hours" is actually a long time when you look at it like that. especially if you've been gone at work all day, come home, and jump on the computer.
that being said....i play casually. and like most of you, i've found ways to keep myself happy in short bursts. there are also many instances that only take and hour or so. and heroics of those instances can offer a nice progression to the more casual player.
Jun 9th 2008 8:37PM as a casual wow player, i never felt that honored was too much to ask to run a heroic. also, i agree with most people here that it wouldn't hurt to require someone to run the instance at least once in order to do it on heroics. that at least makes sure the person as SOME clue of what they're doing....
May 19th 2008 2:26PM if blizzard had to "check to see who did it" every time there was a guild dispute, they'd never get anything accomplished.
it's unfortunate that this happened, but i don't see how it's blizzard's responsibility to help someone police their guild.