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    Quote Originally Posted by Mudor View Post
    Point is, if I don't wanna pug to cap my valor. Should not the normal/heroic raids give us 300 valor points? That would be sweet.
    You can cap valor with out doing LFR, LFD, or any normal/heroic raiding. You still have dailies and scenarios. Maybe the way you give out your advice is not effective. Usually when people are calling others stupid, retarded, bads, fucking morons, and doing it in all caps, it usually doesn't go ever well. A simple, stand at the top of the steps on his special move then pop back down before he comes back seems to go a lot farther each fight instead of wiping first. A lot of people are afraid to say they do not know the fight since so many are eager to boot they would rather hope to fake it through.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gandrake View Post
    You can't teach them.

    All you can do, is be a dick. and hope that, eventually, "people will stop being mean to me if i stop being bad" sinks in.

    That is how most of us who are good, got good.
    Um no, most of the good players become good through practice and helpful advice. If you became good through people yelling and abusing you, then you're doing it wrong.





  3. #83
    Quote Originally Posted by Gandrake View Post
    You can't teach them.

    All you can do, is be a dick. and hope that, eventually, "people will stop being mean to me if i stop being bad" sinks in.

    That is how most of us who are good, got good.
    I feel sorry that you feel this way. Honestly.

    I remember back in TBC, when I was playing a Hunter and thought I should stack strength alongside agility for mega DPS, it wasn't someone telling me 'you shitbag, stop sucking so much and learn how to fucking play' that got me to improve. It was the guild leader's wife, who took me aside in whispers and explained what I should actually do in a calm, reasoned manner. By treating me with respect and decency, whilst taking the time to teach me how to properly play, they got a loyal guildie who went on to be an officer, raid leader, and good friend.

    I owe a lot to her for the time she took to teach me how to play the game. If she instead had insulted me and scared me off? I would probably have left WoW, and missed out on the many opportunities to make brilliant memories over the years I've played this game.

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