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  1. #41
    Believe it or not, there are many groups who do NOT play to complete the key on time, just want the loot.

    But yeah, asking doesn't really do much, because you can still fail.

  2. #42
    A lot of people have said it already in longer sentences.

    "Is this for weekly loot?"

    "Is this for wowprogress score?" (It doesn't reward bonus points for finishing on time)

    "Are you also looking to increase your score"?

    "Do we have the same intentions with this run?"

    "Are the rest of you as prepared as I am, knowing mechanics, knowing the affixes?"

    and etc...

    It's the best overall question to ask at to least know if it's a + or -.

  3. #43
    It's called passive aggression and it's very common among gamer neckbeards with poor social skills and an inflated ego.

  4. #44
    Quote Originally Posted by keskmaz View Post
    It's called passive aggression and it's very common among gamer neckbeards with poor social skills and an inflated ego.
    It's also called preperation and it's very common among normal gamers who want to make sure all 5 players have the same goal for the group they build.

  5. #45
    Ever considered asking for their reasoning OP?

    I mean, God forbid you actually open up your yapper and communicate, right?

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