Let me describe a story for you guys.
So, whenever someone like me posts a thread saying:
They get this:Post-LFR difficulties should be queued for!
Apparently, I'm pigeonholed into "joining a raiding guild", which I am doing right now on Zul'jin-US. It will be a short time before I'm raid-ready, but I will do this content I am forced into for progression.Troll, random and hard don't mix, period.
I said it. "Forced". I'm doing it, but against my will in order to upgrade my gear and have fun. My character to be used for post-LFR raiding is Janthua: Zul'jin, and I know of my class' post-90 "homeworks" (Gemming, enchanting, reforging) via helpful guides, so I can join a "job" and do "work".
You could say I'm a skilled casual who has forced himself to be hardcore. All because of this:
Translated into:Originally Posted by Ghostcrawler
Social "walls" are impenetrable compared to Blizzard "walls". I'd rather have Blizzard "walls" than social "walls", but Battle.net's "forums" hate that. (Hence why I quoted "Troll, random and hard don't mix, period."Originally Posted by Ghostcrawler
And that's just me, and my personal experience. There could be many others like me out there, but they are being flamed into oblivion for their viewpoints. It could have just been a pre-made filling tool for you guys, and you would have flamed at it. I acknowledge openraid exists, but Blizzard put a lock on the current tier to prevent openraid from entering it, which should not exist in the first place. (As in, SoO will have a lock and ToT's lock will be lifted). Seriously, you flamed the Ra-Den-via-LFR thread into oblivion, locked it and deleted it.
Share your experiences with "my kind" here, angry or not. You may also answer the question in the title.