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    Do you look down on people who do LFR?

    I'll be honest and say I do. In fact I kind of feel bad for them, because they don't get to experience what real raiding is like, and how much fun it is. What is funny is that some people who only do LFR try and act like they put as much effort and work into downing a boss as opposed to someone doing normal/heroic.

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    Quote Originally Posted by swagster View Post
    I'll be honest and say I do. In fact I kind of feel bad for them, because they don't get to experience what real raiding is like
    So if I do a LFR run on my scrubbed alt, when I infact have/had Ra-den on farm probably before you did, You spit on my face?
    Seems logical..

    OT; People do what they want, maybe alot of them don't have time or even want to have a timetable to raid on?

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    No. Not generally. My raid members still do LFR for missing pieces or offsets.

    I look down on players who threaten to unsub without LFR.
    I look down on players who whine about loot drops in LFR.
    I look down on players who whine about nasty players in LFR.

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    Quote Originally Posted by swagster View Post
    I'll be honest and say I do. In fact I kind of feel bad for them, because they don't get to experience what real raiding is like, and how much fun it is. What is funny is that some people who only do LFR try and act like they put as much effort and work into downing a boss as opposed to someone doing normal/heroic.
    I think you're quite ignorant. As someone that does LFR now and used to be a "hardcore" raider, I don't miss raiding as a guild very much. It's extremely time consuming and requires an exorbitant amount of dedication that I just don't have the time for nor want to do after 5+ years of endless raiding. I raided vanilla through Nax40; got up to sunwell in TBC and did everything in WotLK possible and even went into a tiny bit of Cata before I became completely burnt out. LFR lets me see the content without being tied to doing it at specific times of the day. I can raid at 4am or at 1pm without a hitch. I play with a few friends and do LFR with them, PvP with them and what not when we can. LFR keeps people like me, who work 40-70 hours a week as well as go to school, able to see content.

    They don't act like they put in as much effort in downing the boss, but they do put in effort. Some people just aren't capable of being hardcore raiders due to a plethora of reasons or just don't want to be.

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    I look down on the people that have time to do organized raiding but LFR instead because it's easy epics.

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    Please don't start a thread like this. There is nowhere to go but down for a thread started on the premise that you look down on everyone else as inferior.



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