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Nov 17th 2011 3:38AM I think it would help reading the article before accusing Matt of being ignorant.
Nov 6th 2011 1:44AM "LFR is the ultimate disclaimer in "you *could* see it this way... or you can be sociable and make friends"
I have to strongly disagree with this. Sociability and raiding are two entirely different fishfood. Most people aren't restrained from raiding because they are antisocial. Actually, I don't think being antisocial has ever stopped anyone with loads of free time from raiding.
The problem most people face is the lack of time, it's the lack of ability to schedule half the week's evenings to raiding. Some of our professional and social lives simply don't allow it.
It's more like "If you cannot dedicate the amount of time demanded in order to experience the raid content, then you can go with that...".
It would be fantastic if being sociable were all that's required to raid, but it isn't.
Oct 21st 2011 3:22PM I think that question was exactly why they didn't add Pandaren in TBC. Cuddly chinese bears and a demon-infested alien world just don't go all that well together.
Sep 6th 2011 6:55AM I agree with you that searching for older guild leaders isn't always a bad idea, but to go as far as saying all teens are drama queens is like saying all grown ups are boring people who stay in the office all day long. You simply cannot classify millions of people based on your experience with a handful of them.
Sep 5th 2011 10:32AM I've been staring at your Avatar for 5 mins now, I give up. What the hell is that picture O_o
Sep 4th 2011 5:34PM The Draenai had no way to know if the minds of the Broken were touched, they just assumed that (wrongly, I might add).
If anything, them being cut off from the Light should be reason to pity the Broken, not hate them. They should be helped to go through these horrible changes, not banished from their home. The Draenai had the datory to make sure the Broken, whose changes were caused by fighting for the Draenai race in the first place, got the best treatment possible in this hard situation.
Yet the Draenai decided to throw the Broken out in a world filled with bloodthirsty orcs who would eat them for lunch, "just in case". I would understand perfectly if they were quarantined or out through heavy testing to see whether they are trustworthy. But throwing them to almost certain death seems a bit rash from a race which claims to fight for life and freedom.
@Noyou: passive-aggressive much?
Sep 4th 2011 4:35PM "Because these Draenai [the future Broken] were unable to use the Light, the untainted Draenei no longer trusted them and politely asked them to leave."
Am I the only one who finds this very a**holish of the Draenai to do?
The poisoned Draenai were suffering horrible mutations, were cut off from a source of power they've had their entire lives and what do the draenais do?
"aw my gawd you guyz are ugly. eww. i dont trust you bcz all ugly ppl are bad, duh. gtfo out of our city."
Aug 26th 2011 6:13AM I hardly think you can speak for all romanians. I used to raid with a guild composed mostly of romanians and they were very nice, cooperative people.
Talking about the whole romanian WoW community based on your interaction with a small portion of it is very arrogant. The problems you described are typical for when a group is composed of mainly teenagers, I doubt nationality has anything to do with it. Teens in Norway aren't much more cooperative when raiding together, this I can guarantee.
Aug 25th 2011 4:59PM This makes me want to go to Korea some day too. Seems like a great experience. Too bad I don't have time to learn Korean :(