There's nothing wrong btw with taking pride in your gaming skills but you can't expect everyone else to do so when it's just a game. If this game had any positive/negative effects on life after logging off then it would be a different story. You login, screw around, pvp, join a dungeon, maybe lfr, collect loot and logout. That's Wow in a nutshell for easily 70-80% of the player base.
Instead they strive to be better parents, students, employees, etc and don't focus all their energy into a video game.
---------- Post added 2013-04-23 at 05:26 PM ----------
just did this on lfr for the first time. it made me sad i quite raiding.
Warlock - Main - now with GREEN FIRE!
Resto Shaman - Main Alt
Exception - Recruiting for 25man heroic progression
But when I came home and played at the park with friends, some who played and others who didn't no one cared. LFR isn't a competition, it's recreation.
And yes you SHOULD care even when you play with friends in the park, or you might as well just toss the ball around.
For me, even playing needs to follow the rules, or might as well not play at all.
Definitely because the queues are screwed up for the last wing. The trash before him needs nerfing too because "stop DPS" doesn't register, with bad groups it ends terribly.
---------- Post added 2013-04-24 at 12:28 AM ----------
If the ppl know at least a bit what they are supposed to do, this boss is a piece of cake in LFRs.
Killed it first LFR ID with my ele (main) at 3 stacks and with my alt (dk tank) at 4 stacks of the buff. I really had a lot of fun with my tank there, having almost 1 million life, solo tanking him and doing 350k death strikes and ~200k dps and 100k hps at the end of the fight.
With ~30% more healing/damage/life, a lot of errors are forgiven, you can tank so many adds and the boss at once and basically take so little damage its ridicolous.