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Regional FlagWhen will Blizzard learn?Source
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Zyenn
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#1 - 2013/09/25 04:06:00 AM
That majority of the people in LFR are there because they can't put in the time and commit to the game.

This means that they want to get the loot, feel accomplished, but they don't have the time to research the fight, learn their class, get the right things done at the right time.

It is clear that the direction WoW is heading is to attract more casual players. Super casual players who can only commit to maybe an hour or less into the game per day don't have time for wipes, they want to get in, get out, and feel happy.

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Community Manager
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#480 - 2013/09/26 05:43:00 PM
It's too early to say how the interaction will fully play out between Flex and LFR, but I think it's reasonable to expect that a lot of people will prefer Flex because of its similarities with LFR (as a quick and low pressure way to raid), but without the things they don't like about LFR (Flex requiring a curated and managed group experience) for better rewards, achievements, and mounts, and with friends and guildies if possible. If that's the case, the core LFR audience changes, their reason for doing LFR changes, and it's potentially a world where LFR adapts to fit a more niche role, which could mean changes for challenge and reward to better fit the audience's intended use of it. All speculation of course, but we're certainly watching.

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#483 - 2013/09/26 06:20:00 PM
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