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Last edited by Darsithis; 2013-10-04 at 02:21 AM.
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It serves a completely different purpose and audience from Flex. So that would be a yes. It should stay around and according to those who actually make those decisions, it's not going anywhere. Not our call in any case.
Removing stuff from the game just because people dislike it or believe it soils the experience only means that those people should simply ignore it.
Complicated concept, I know.
The cake is now an alternative fact.
Do people still not realize that the appeal of LFR for most is not the easier difficulty, but the ability to do it by yourself whenever you want? As long as flex requires groups like standard raiding, it will never be a replacement for LFR and should not be thought of as such.
This is such a tired argument.
"A man chooses, a slave obeys."
They have to keep it because they gave the bads a way to feel like they're not bad.
Imagine the subs that would leave if they got rid of LFR and expected the bads to actually l2p.
"I quit WoW."
If I say it's Azshara next enough times, eventually I'll be right. So here we go again. It's got to be Azshara next, so get ready for the Sylvanas expansion we inevitably get instead!
Why? Because it has 0 effect.
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I would love LFR to be removed and then see TOC type ´raids´ for an entire expansion. 4 bosses, all reused artwork.. Then maybe the OP would get a clue.
No. Too many raid modes fractures the game's sense of fantastical reality. Modes should be done as they were in Ulduar, which adheres to this idea of fantastical reality.
But they will keep it. Because people use it.
With heroics available..should they replace normals?
With normals available...should they replace flex?
With flex available...should they replace LFR?
Why answer "NO" to the first two but "YES" to the third?
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I was going to post something about "Why is it so hard to understand that flex and LFR cater to entirely different people?" - Flex can only replace LFR if Flex becomes as convenient as LFR, meaning you can queue for it, whenever you want, but that defeats the purpose of the flex part ... but then I saw that this was one of THESE threads and decided eh whatever.