The WoW community has evolved over the years into a diverse bunch of casuals, "normal" fans and veterans, as well as hardcore players and professionals. The fact that problems sometimes arise when these groups meet can hardly be avoided. But some hardcore gamers overdo their optimization mania at the expense of their fellow players - like a member of reddit user Hogrim's Mythic+ group.
The mage then also provided a very strange reason for leaving the group: the time it would have taken the group to complete the dungeon was not enough to increase his score on Raider.IO. So I guess the seven minutes of his life was too bad for him to complete the previous 30 minutes of the run to a satisfactory conclusion for the whole group.
In any case, the reddit community reacted appropriately sourly to the mage's behavior. Some are calling his behavior just plain stupid, while others are calling for measures like a blacklist. What do you think about it? Write us your opinion in the comments!
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