Went into Lfr yesterday on a alt for the first time in 2 months still the whole raid wiping on easy mechs, gonna be funny with flex coming out and normal/heroic players are doing flex on mains and alts not carrying Lfr groups, save ur tears for that not the release sched
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Your little story only illustrates you care about playing WoW less than everything else... including meditation. I have a wife, two kids, a salary job, and raid 2 nights a week will full clears under my belt. What's your excuse?
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Declaring that LFR is the only reason why WoW still is around is the most ridiculous statement I have read in a long time. Your "$15" ego is beyond reason.
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"There is a pervasive myth that making content hard will induce players to rise to the occasion. We find the opposite. " -- Ghostcrawler
"Almost every time I have gotten to know a critic personally, they keep up with the criticism but lose the venom." -- Ghostcrawler
Spider mount, Spider mount.
Costs all the gold in your account.
The reason they spread out raid finder like that is to keep you subbed for an extra month
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I don't get it why they still punish LFR raiders. I mean, we get the worst loot anyway, so what?
Why would you get any other loot lol? You que and face roll to clearing content with little to no effort needed. LFR raider doesn't quite sound right but I guess to some it does.
Judging from some stuff I just read in this thread, if I'm only able to play 2 hours a month and pay the same 15$ Dollars per Month, should Blizzard develop a way for me to see content in 2 hours a month? I'm a subscriber so they have to adapt the game to my reality! Also to the reality of every other subscriber in the world!
Also, all Stages on Mario should be open as soon as you buy the game. I want to play that 5th stage on the 7th world. wtf is Nintendo doing by making it unavailable if I paid for game already? I mean, my friends have time to clear it quickly because they don't do anything in their life! I can only play 2 hours/week so the game should be adapted in a way that I can choose which stage to play at anytime! Damn you Blizz... err, Nintendo! Rawr! Rawr! Rawr!
You are not your role. You are not how much gold you have on your account.
You are not the mount you ride. You are not the contents of your bank.
You are not your epic purples. You are not a special and unique snowflake.
You are the all-grinding, all-farming crap of Azeroth.
Player's used to become better player's or class leader's would help people become better player's but now it seems people go for a easier difficulty or come on here posting thousands of times saying they dont have time to raid, how ironic is that?
Lazy: You can only devote some time Sunday afternoon to the game, in your own words, yet expect-nay, demand access to everything as soon as possible. That last part is the key: You CAN see everything, but you are (assuming you are an LFR player) unwilling to wait until October to do so, no you MUST see it the same rate as everyone else despite only being able to devote time seemingly one day a week.
Whiny: You are complaining about how you "have many more activities which [you] enjoy", how unfair it is to me made to wait, and how you are "entitled to see all of the content that is available" but again, you CAN see the content you just seem unwilling to wait. As an analogy, if you were in line at a theme park you seem to be demanding that you get access to it the same time as the VIP people do, because you paid for a ticket.
Bad: "No longer wish to confine [yourself] to the restraints of filling out guild applications". Claims that "back in the day" you raided hardcore, but now you can't.
So in conclusion, the accused is lazy due to demanding equal access without the same time investment, whiny because they demand access at the same rate as those who are more invested due to paying the same amount, and bad due to not being able to put in the same effort anymore but expecting the same results.