Everything has its merits and its place. LFR, Normal and Heroic.
Can't ever understand people who don't just enjoy whats appropriate for them. I'm personally somewhere in-between Normal and Heroic. I also use LFR to gear and play my alts a bit, something i'd probably never be able to do without it. Sure i could spend ages with groups in Open Raid, but the vast majority of them suck (or are 10 man, with lower loot drops and less variety in loot dropped).
Personally, i think too many people fuss over other difficulties that aren't aimed at them. Don't like LFR? Don't do it. I've never had to do LFR once this expansion to get gear on my main or experience the fights.
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It's really not, and it's in strict opposition to anything resembling "role playing."but I always have a hard time to explain to them that this whole raiding ritual is no where near "fun" for a casual gamer
If Blizzard could figure out a way that people could kill pixel dragons, and the "optimum" way involved role playing, maybe the game would make more sense.
I personally loath LFR and how if I want to raid, and need to catch up I gotta do it.. though I suppose it's better that having to join a lower guild, then ditch them when im geared.
I honestly wish they came up with Flex raiding before LFR. because it looks like a better system.. something easy enough for a Pug group to do but challenging enough to require teamwork (At least I hope so)
It was never Hardcore Vs Casual. It was Socialites Vs. Solo players
You're one of those hopeless people who just stick their head in the dirt and go LALALALALA, I CAN'T HEAR YOU, I REFUSE TO FACE LIFE AND STICK TO MY NONSENSE NO MATTER HOW DETACHED FROM REALITY IT IS
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Methinks u have misread the OP.
He is saying that he just wants to see the content. In the old days he would raid normals until he had seen everything and nowadays he does LFR to see everything. In the old days he would play longer than now.
thats pretty much his entire point... that hes not doing normals anymore!
Therefore his entire point is that LFR is replacing normals! lol
Try turning story other way - tell devs to discourage us to play LFR. Somehow I have a feeling they wont do it...
Also, you want us to quit the game? No dev in their right mind would develop a game with same content for lets say 5-10k players who would stay
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i like that the game now has something for everyone. no matter what you'd like to do in this game, you're set. i think that's a great business model for keeping customers happy. provide content so all of your customers can be happy.
The point is that without LFR people raided normals, and with LFR alot of people dont raid normals anymore.
Ur saying the same thing as me! lol
The only question is whether this is a positive move 'forward' or is it a move 'backwards'.
From a raiding point of view its a move backwards and from a casual/time commitment point of view its a step forward.
Subs didn't rocket down when you put in lfr, they started to go down when raids were done that a large amount of people couldn't do on normal that had been normal mode raiders. The upper end of the raiding community got taken care of this expansion, the lower end did as well, those in the middle tho got destroyed.
LFR is not and has not been the problem. It's the poor tuning of normal that is the problem.
Without LFR, people didn't raid at all. Please keep that in mind.The point is that without LFR people raided normals,