No matter what they say they were in the exact same position at some point whether it be gear or experience, even if they weren't there for very long.
Also, overly simplifying one boss and overly complicating others doesn't prove your point well.
Jin'rohk all you really need to do is handle the puddles in RF, lightning balls won't do much.
And you missing killing the adds on Durumu, moving out of Force of Will, and dealing with life drain, if you're going to over complicate fights.
overwhelming majority of players
majority of players
I guess one could interpret my post and come to assumption ive met every single player who raids LFR exclusively and assessed their skill level but those sort of people are stupid.
My point was to shed light to people who arnt bad at the game and have trouble grasping why a lot of players in LFR seem to struggle with simple mechanics and do way below sub-par dps.
Last edited by Lyricals; 2013-09-07 at 01:45 AM.
^ that is what you said, and from that it seems like you are assuming every person who raids LFR is a bad player, which is wrong. i do not raid anything other than LFR and i can assure you i do not fit the profile of the "LFR raider" you have described in your postFirst of all people who raid LFR exclusively really don't care about their performance in the slightest, these are the sort of people who use the default Blizzard UI with 1 still bound to auto attack.
Last edited by Tanzlee; 2013-09-07 at 01:48 AM.
But I'll pull out of this, as it is just an opinion like you said.
Also pretty sure floating combat text is enabled by default.
@OP: Yes, that's usually how it goes. You get heroic raiders saying how easy normal is, because they've been in guilds that find normal easy so they've never been in the kind of guild that finds normal hard as shit, however moreso than other situations you get people that think because THEY have never seen it, it can't possibly exist for anyone.
It's no big secret that most people who play WoW arnt very good at it in terms of them being a valuable member of even a normal mode raiding guild which basically boils down to the points i listed in the first place and its not a bad thing by any means, if someone doesnt want to put in the effort to learn their rotation. Learn to use Addons and learn to use keybinds that has no effect on me at all until they decide to step inside the same LFR as me.
At this point it does become my concern because these people are almost essentially dead weight. Someone pulling 30k dps in ToT LFR gear and dying to easily avoidable mechanics is of absolutely no use to anyone and hinders the raid more than helps.
Times to look out for in the video above:
2:26 the beam appears. (you should directly stand under it while waiting to see which side the squiggles are on)
2:31 the purple squiggles appear to the left side of the beam (you should move to this side of the beam)
2:41 the beam starts moving round and the maze begins opening up for players to move into.
Basically people have 10 seconds from the squiggles appearing to get themselves into position before the beam even does anything. I even spam this macro as soon as the squiggles appear: /say THIS SIDE OF THE BEAM NOW and yet there's still about 10 people dying to the beam on a lot of tries.
I think most people don't realise that you can and should stand under the beam when it appears... and I think another problem is that people either don't notice the squiggles on the floor which are telling them where they should start the maze or they think they are actually part of the maze and so are scared to stand in them.
Last edited by Paulosio; 2013-09-07 at 02:26 AM.