When gearscores started to WOW TBC Classic Gold rise when I was a player, I joined WoW. Prior to when LFG was released, dps meters were commonplace. It was a shift within the community from avoiding toxic people for dungeons to kicking down the lowest level of dps and being replaced in a matter of seconds. The problem is even more apparent in WoW where the "interview process" to join a group has evolved from checking out their gear and their life experience. People basically expect you to have 4 years of experience to be considered for their entry-level position.
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The typical "I have been playing WoW since my mother was still wiping my body and feeding me gerber mush" precursor to the post. But it goes deeper than WoW. I've played GW2, LOTRO, SWTOR, WHO and any other acronym that was associated with an MMO. Capital cities were a great place to wait for my group's formation, so I could enjoy myself with all the games.
FFXIV made me realize the importance of cheap Burning Crusade Classic Gold the actions of people around me. I rushed to Limsa to get a better ranking than the ol' redcoats (malestrom I believe is the proper name. Idk I began in Limsa and they're my first choice.) and when I arrived at the plaza I faintly heard an old song. It was a tune I was familiar with that I couldn't identify initially, however, I knew that bards can perform instruments as the sake of class. What I didn't know was that bards could get an electric guitar, and play Enter Sandman by Metallica clear enough that I could hear it from some distance.