rykerkmartin on 5. Jun. 2017.
I was never that person trying to be hyper "successful" in WoW raiding, but I liked the fact that things had to be earned, and me not earning them didn't bother me. I prefer the idea that the end is hard to reach, because it means you're always progressing in some way. I was never part of some crazy good raiding guild, I probably could have. I found that I could lead raids pretty well, and study encounters to the minor detail, but it was just fun being part of a group that took longer to get through those things. It meant we always had something to raid, and even if we failed it was a learning process, not a 9-5 job, but you have to have raids be difficult enough for some people to actually need to make it their 9-5 in order to complete it, or its not going to last. You said it best, you can't win if you can't lose.