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WoW Machinima: Raiding Classic Vs Retail

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Here is a hilarious video that shows us the differences between raiding in WoW Classic and retail.

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Calling BS here, no one flies to the raid on retail it's always "123", "sum plz", "can u sum".

PS: the latter is, apparently,  most popular with ppl with no raid frames joining mid-raid and unable to tell there are no warlocks.

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Maybe I quit raiding too early! The launching of LFR was so disorienting (and badly badly done) that it sucked out all the fun. It was definitely another change in the game that sucked out the social quality of the game. But there's still plenty of game for solos.

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