Question:Why does Blizzard think players are apt to seek out help via trans-media? They should know by now the level of investment players have per skill level (how much outside guides players read, how many addons installed, adherence to meta gameplay). I sincerely doubt people doing LFR are the ones apt to use twitter.Meaning these messages should be plastered in game when first zoning into the fight or maybe like the typical new launch features panel when you first login.
Did LFR sire today as a tank (mainly did it for the augment rune bag). We wiped 1 time then we killed it with only 3 people dead at the end. Out of 24 people, 13 got the achievement. If you spend 2 minutes explaining tactics everything will be 1000 times easier.Before the 1st attempt i explained briefly what they should be doing, group cleansing/adds etc. we wiped 3rd phase cuz most of the dps were dead and we only had 1 healer alive. 2nd i explained again but in more detail and everything was smooth afLFR wise, Artificer is the hardest (everyone is running around like a headless chicken and even if you explain they still fail catastrophically), followed by Sludgefist, all the others are faceroll
LOL. Nice one, but I'm pretty sure, the %^&*!s in LFR most likely do not read that. Maybe a few example...
I play, I don't readI'd rather wipe till some great soul explain with 2 phrases what ppl should do.What can I say... I enjoy my time playing, farming gold and not reading things outside the game.... ?
Boss guides should be an ingame guide, I hate twitter and honestly had no idea these were there. It's as pathetic as wow's ability to put information in tooltips
At least they posted something, but they could make it more user-friendly and viewable in game somehow.