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    Quote Originally Posted by DeadmanWalking View Post
    What ever helps you sleep at night, personally I am ashamed I tried to carry on an intellectual conversation about the game with some one who hasn't played the game in a year. Lesson learned.
    And this is exactly why u fail miserably to understand the point of forums... i guess that also explains your venomous toxicity towards other forum users.

    Your blinkered view that 'only opinions from existing subscribers has value' shows just how anal u truly are.

    Us ex-wow players who hold value in Wow have very real and very valuable opinions which im sure Blizzard takes into account. We hold the key in getting the sub numbers back up, something u ignore at your peril.

    The mroe u write the more butthurt u come across u got owned cos u obviously never read or followed your own thread of posts.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gniral View Post
    actually its the concept of traditional raiding guild which is old and outdated, that's why most people are not raiding anymore.
    being in a group with people you like is good; having schedules, social rules and stuff like that is what makes raiding guilds bad.
    and it's not just WoW, it's MMORPGs in general that are suffering from this. It's a genre with a lot of outdated baggage, in a realm where people play lobby games with matchmaking on their playstations, Nintendos, PC's, and XBOX's, and this isn't even anything really new. Gaming began to head here around 2005, and has firmly been in this territory around 2007. It's why the genre has had so many landmark failures lately, I'd like to think. It's not adapting to what players in general want, and many other genres are providing MMORPG staples without all the baggage.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pallyopness View Post
    It's for one or all of the following reasons:
    A) they arent good enough
    B) they dont have the time
    c) they play with real life friends who fall into category A or B

    There is your culprit dear sir. I can 100% guarantee that if someone had the time and was good enough they would not hesitate a moment to jump into Blood Legion, Method or Midwinter's core group.
    I'm a fairly good player, I personally would like to believe.

    I have the time. I have more than enough time, really.

    and I don't play with a single friend :x (Well, I have one who plays, but all she does is play the AH, she never actually plays.)


    I don't do normal modes, and have next to no desire to ever touch them or anything above. Where do I fit in :x

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    Quote Originally Posted by Endemonadia View Post
    Us ex-wow players who hold value in Wow have very real and very valuable opinions which im sure Blizzard takes into account. We hold the key in getting the sub numbers back up, something u ignore at your peril.
    I like a good joke.
    Quote Originally Posted by Kayhos View Post
    every video game has gamey aspects to it

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    Quote Originally Posted by JimmyHellfire View Post
    I like a good joke.
    So ur telling me that a discussion which involves unsubbed players is closed for all unsubbed players to contribute?

    Ok dude... thats best joke all day right there

    Ur welcome to discuss your weak opinions on why u think players unsubbed... but ur fools to ignore unsubbed players telling u exactly why we unsubbed.

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    [QUOTE=Otiswhitaker;21714168]and it's not just WoW, it's MMORPGs in general that are suffering from this. It's a genre with a lot of outdated baggage, in a realm where people play lobby games with matchmaking on their playstations, Nintendos, PC's, and XBOX's, and this isn't even anything really new. Gaming began to head here around 2005, and has firmly been in this territory around 2007. It's why the genre has had so many landmark failures lately, I'd like to think. It's not adapting to what players in general want, and many other genres are providing MMORPG staples without all the baggage.

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    With all do respect....how do you do a matchmaker system work in a raid format...you cannot group by ilvls as people with very high ilvls don't do the same dps...

    Also, if guilds desire to raid how do you accomplish this without schedules of sorts? It is absolutely impossible. I don't see how schedules are bad, maybe schedules dont work for some, but doesnt make it bad.

    Money is bad too because unless you are rich you are looked at as poverty stricken. But if you are rich you get all the nicest things. That's not fair but I don't want to be a communist state as it would lead to utter disaster...

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    My question to you is this Otis, do you desire to raid normal modes? Why do you feel LFR is only for you?
    If you are good and have the time, how do you fit the LFR mold? Why would you see that as your best solution?

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    The last few pages are just a pissing contest to see who's got the biggest virtual dick. When a thread gets that derailed there isn't any reason to keep it open any longer.

    Closing.



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