Sep 7th 2011 12:53PM I simply enjoy giving the other 9/24 members the satisfaction of knowing they got to help a hunter down, yet another, large boss =).
But really. I enjoy raiding because its always something new to look forward to. Our casual guild does not progress through raid content very quickly. Heck we didn't even take down LK until the first month of Cataclysm. At our pace we know full well that we'll never run out of raid content before the next expansion and that keeps things interesting. We're never bored because we know their is always a new challenge available.
Aug 29th 2011 5:30PM Guild: Hey..where's that tank that were leveling?
Me: In ZulDrak
Guild: Wasn't he there last week?
Guild: What's taking so long?
Me: Well...I was leveling when I suddenly started thinking about my old high school days..then I remembered my algebra class...then I remembered that I still had my old algebra text book...so I found it and started mentally going through all of those old math problems...then I remembered that I needed to run to the store to buy Q-tips...can never have too many Q-tips......then....
Aug 29th 2011 1:19PM Nope...Pretty much Trance for everything. Specifically though Tiesto Flight 643 for that first raid pull.
Aug 11th 2011 12:05PM So the consensus is that this would not be a good idea. Very cleverly articulated on every ones part. Thanks for the stimulating remarks.
Aug 10th 2011 3:42PM ..Obviously lvl 100 would not be obtainable by the impatient or easily enraged...
Aug 10th 2011 12:48PM Just thinking out loud...
How about 85-99 and 100 is super incredibly difficult to achieve and they only allow a certain percentage per realm. Maybe a horribly long quest chain or achievement stack to obtain it but when you do you are rewarded handsomely with awesome gear / stats.
Maybe a play on the Jedi thing from SWOL?
Jul 5th 2011 4:58PM I usually work on college cour..........................distracted by title...............!
Apr 20th 2011 12:17PM Voted No! Thanks to working in a DoD environment, Sec +, CISSP, 15 char password(s), Dedicated Blizz e-mail..oh and enrolled to start Certified Ethical Hacker (CEH) training later this year (Sun Tzu had it right).