Well, nevermind then
I was chatting randomly to someone on my realm while I was queueing for randoms about how I wanted to get Classic Dungeon Master and that I hoped I could find people to do it with. I was squarely in the BRD range of things and knew that the big long “Upper City” was coming and was (honestly) dreading it. The chances of getting someone (anyone!) in the group that knew where they were going and the group finishing the instance intact were slim to none. Especially multiple times in a row. I was dreading it. It actually ended up that I managed to find one group for Prison but we did the whole thing (plus I got my key) and then I didn’t queue for a random again until I was sure I wouldn’t get BRD. That much haet.
So now that I’ve reached Outlands eligibility, I can go to Hellfire and sprint to 60 and be eligible for the Outlands randoms. Things will go pretty fast from there. That means that I would have to queue for particular Classic dungeons that I don’t have yet, but that also means rolling the dice in the hopes that I will have someone (actually, four someones) that know where they’re going and will stick together. Those last Classic dungeons are long and I (ironically) cannot be a contributing member of my party, navigationwise, ’cause I don’t know the dungeons whatsoever. Yes, I will learn them if I queue for them, but will I ever get a group that can make it to the end? Will I have enough groups make it to the end that I will learn by repitition?
At the time I was talking to the person on my realm, I was all gung-ho about it and told myself I was DEFINTIELY going to get that achievement. Now that it’s time for me to actually do it… I probably won’t. I’ll probably wuss out and go back at 80 to get the achievements.
Surely I’m not the only person who doesn’t want to spend hours queueing and requeueing as people drop out of stagnant groups?