Legendary: Episode 30 - Rage Quit
It's nice that some people say they want to enjoy the raids at their own pace. I can empathize with that to a degree. However, it's a selfish statement for several reasons.
1. Others want to see the content at the skill they have. I am in a casual guild with a progression minded subset of players. We try to run two raids but don't have enough skilled players to fill the better group every week. Low pop server without a lot of options. We have many players who strive for average and there is no hope of them getting much better. So to play with friends, I don't get to see all the content? Then why should I stay?
2. Not everyone started at the same time as you. Blizz does a great job of getting new players at every new expansion, patch and tier. Me personally, I started mid wrath. Following your logic, I should not have seen ICC until about now or even later. Or had to pass up half of ulduar, all of toc and icc because I started later. If there is no way to advance faster as tiers pile up, new players are perpetually behind or never get to see much of what they are paying for. Additionally, why would I ever attempt to talk a non-wow friend into starting the game if they will never get to play with me?
"he doens't need healing, he doesn't need healing, he doesn't nee-WHAOSHIT!wtf was that man!". Please stop leaning on TDR. -Teng