The right point – wrong point.

Its getting easier to log off alot more lately.

I am slighly distracted by other forms of entertainment – Wow’s priority is slipping.  The reduced raid schedule is causing additional distractions to slip in. This could be a good thing, but a bad thing to slip into as a raider. Alot of the higher progressed guilds on my server are seeing reduced raiding days – letting raiders wander off and do their own thing for the rest.

I think I have reached a gearing peak on my toon.  I would like some choice pieces, but what I have now is enough to outperform my competition, and still give my class a decent representation in the top 10 on a dps metre on alot of fights.

There is no incentive to be better, because what I ‘am’ now is enough, and because as a 25 man raid team with only Sarth 3d to do we are strong enough to ‘carry’ / ‘help gear up’ some additional players we have picked up to fill position gaps –

Already in a Malygos run ( we are disappointed with that loot table anyway) one of our raiders commented,  gear now is redundent because Uldar is comming.  I think thats the wrong attitude, and one that is so easy to slip into,  already I am thinking I don’t need to be better,  I know the fights,  I don’t die from stupid things  ( as often…  I am not perfect, but close! stupid agro on Scions in Malygos….)

Even my competition in the form of two other shadow priests in the raid don’t egg me on to the same degree, because I seem to be able to outperform them overall all the time, and only slip up on a few bosses where the difference is marginal. ( I do have a little epeen…… )  

The “Wrath is comming “Malay seems to have sunk in again,  we have torn through the content – and while we have been warned that the difficulty level of Uldar will be higher, and the fights more complicated we seem to be falling into the “She’ll be right mate” attitude. We aren’t honing our skills because what we do is enough.

2 Responses to “The right point – wrong point.”

  1. 1 Holy Dueg! March 10, 2009 at 1:22 pm

    Fact of the matter is that these raids are meant to show people who have never raided before how it’s done. After about three of months of doing these raids, most guilds have all the fights down cold and have adequately geared out their members. However, with dual specs on the way, I find myself plenty occupied trying to fill out a new spec’s worth of gear so I can be more versatile. Although I have been spending more time offline than on lately… Dawn of War II will do that to you.

  1. 1 Sartharion 3D Training « Fense’s WoW Blog Trackback on March 11, 2009 at 10:58 am
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