Blizz needs to hire some beta testers for raid. This whole WF thing means nothing. Blizz gave you nearly BiS and let you practice over and over and over and over and over again to fine tune the encounter. Sure they have skill but is that to say there are other people that don't? Throw them an encounter they've never seen and I bet you see dozens of guilds vying for world firsts instead of 3 or 4. You already know the outcomes it's stupid. Paragon will get WF/Euro First and Premo will get US first. Because they have advanced knowledge, their world first means nothing to me at least. The only reason they didn't clear the encounter is because they were in ilvl 346 and 333 stuff instead of epics. It's gonna be funny to see them smash their heads up against a wall trying to do heroics that their current level of gear won't allow next week.
YAWN. Guy plays WoW too much, tries to justify it with science and 'characters'. YAWN.
Not too much, efficiently. Can't check his armory at this moment, but i don't think he has done anything since.
Originally Posted by Cronnix
Only me who thinks its pretty pathetic that all it takes to beat the new leveling content is less then a day? Same goes for raids, many guilds are on 10/12 now.. I was expecting casuality, but this..
Normal modes, it does fit in nicely with Blizzards idea of "give everyone the chance to experience the content". The top guild will probably take a bit longer on heroics. Also remember, these are the Naxxramas/OS/EoE of Cataclysm.
as regards to the video, i agree on the point and think its true that the top players on wow (and other - probably more skill intensive games - such as wc3/starcraft/cs etc) are highly mentally-able people, and could apply themselves for better things. personally i play wow and wc3/dota (only at a semi-comepetitive standard) and i've known and played with some decent players, as well as seen videos/replays of world-elite players) and they all type amazingly fast and have high apm and reaction times/skill. I believe they are more likely to posses an above average IQ, and so it is a shame they (and I) game so much.