A majority of players only want to be in there to clean out the bosses. The rest of them treat it as a joke. Very few go into LFR anymore for 'serious' fun; those types seem to run it once to see the story then go back to whatever else they enjoy in the game. Saw it in Dragon Soul LFR a lot.
I don't PvP but, in PvE, if you're having trouble with mana as an arcane mage, you aren't doing the rotation right. There's no burn phase anymore. My mage is usually in the top 4 dps for most 25-man raids.
Give DK's a /kill button already!
Inb4 dedicated LFR leaders going naked and sacrificing themselves multiple times to make sure the boss goes down not only for sure, but also considerably faster than normal.
LFRs I've seen are healed by 3-4 people max and DPSed by 12-13 plus the tanks (assuming both tanks know what to do and don't cause wipes), the other 'DPSers' do less dmg than me on healing spec. This week I've been on a raid that wiped 3 times on Tsulong at 85%, needless to say at least 10 of us left
tush you don't read very well we get buffed not nurfed and if u have a mana issue try not spaming arcane blast so much and learn how to play the spec we do use more then 2 buttons you should try them
My gripes are that I really do despise doing dailies. Rep gain is way too low! There also should be an alternate route to rep just like we had in lich king with tabards. Dungeon finder was always quicker to get into that way and I'd rather get the gear gold mats and rep running dungeons than dailies. I have multiple characters and they really should make the rep, account linked anstead of 100% tokens. And for gods sake can't blizz come close to equalizing dps through all classes and builds for gods sake. If you look at Noxxics site their graph has a 25k dps difference from the #1 arcane to the bottom on simcraft. Spriests, Eshams, Moons, Ret have been handcuffed. Easy fix is boosting basic spells by 15% for bottom 8 then maybe like 8% for the middle. I am happy I love playing my lock again!