They may have gotten first, but how much good did that actually do them? They were first, but not first by much.
personal loot is so dog!@#$ i hate it
personal loot is make game better. protect players. ""this is not method's game or any mythic-runner guilds.""
I feel like I'm the only person who doesn't care about Method. If Limit had won I'd be happy. Method? Eh. Not really a surprise or interesting.
Oh hey, another Method post. That's only 27 this week.
"Enforced personal loot everywhere was a supremely dumb idea", chapter 249, verse 17.
Is this site Wowhead? or Methodhead...They have their own sites blogs social medias to post all this fluff and self promoting They already flood twitch poaching popular streamers that aren't even in Methods Guild to partner with them and promote them,..Now Wowhead's little partnership with them has rapidly turned this sites reporters into a bunch of salivating groupies who have even started promoting methods sponsors for them pretending they are news articles. https://www.wowhead.com/news=289994/gaming-monitors-and-competitive-wow-featuring-methods-msi-esports-monitor.For the love of god give us filters even if its just for the premium members allow us to filter out the promotional fluff we don't care about.
I'm not raiding much at all these days, and I also don't like personal loot.
If you don''t like a post just don't read it, there are people that are interested and people that are not interested, take your whine elsewhere.
The amount of time you have to put into being world first for a WOW raid is kind of a waste. I can't imagine being that obsessed with such a mediocre expansion.
I've speculated that it was the hardcore progression that caused a drop in token price (buying gold for runes, pots, food, and whatnot). This makes it seems like Method alone caused that drop.Well, at least some positive impact on the casual playerbase.