Honestly, if/when guesting is put in, I see absolutely no reason why GW2 can't implement a WoW like LFG system.
I think people that are against a queue system / LFG system is that they want GW2 to be some kind of special snowflake so we aren't allowed to have those things that make life easier because mean old WoW has them grrr!
It's not like you can't go in with your friends or guild mates and ignore the LFG tool completely... HOWEVER, making the tool global wide like WoW does would be a huge mistake IMO. It needs to stay server based.
Oh no don't get me wrong I much prefer an lfg system to normal /y lfg spam. however I don't like wow's lfg tool either. I like being able to somewhat filter who I play with and tbh people in full pvp gear aren't on that list (wow anyways, I have other restrictions in gw2)
I thought GW1's message board system would be perfect, just make it global. I'm still at a loss on why it wasn't put in.
Idd, that was the best system so far. It's basically gw2lfg.com but ingame
Lucky brought up the LFG-tool but he didn't get it as a whole. Everybody who put's his name in there is on this list, so you actually see everybody who is looking for a group in that zone. The only problem I see: it's only for the zone. It would be so much better, if it was worldwide, with the option to state the dungeon.
Not sure if we need this anyway, there are no tanks, no healers, you really can take everyone with you. Found a groupf for Sorrows Furnace yesterday simply by using map-chat on that map. It lasted 8min. It was 2 a.m.
I truly miss that connection and any webpage that's willing to reach out and bring a community together like that has my immediate OK.
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After fractals, LFG is a very obvious next step.