When the dungeon finder tool was introduced with Patch 3.3, people rejoiced. Here was an easy way to queue up for both regular and heroic dungeons that required much less sitting in capital cities and spamming trade chat with pleas for groups. Instead, you could queue up, go about your day, and then begin your dungeon when the queue popped. These days, the shiny newness of the dungeon finder seems to have faded, 40- to 50-minute queues for DPS being the norm. Today, we've got a few posts from around the blogosphere regarding the tool, as well as behavior in heroics.
- World of Warcraft Philosophized discusses the problem of subjectivity in dungeon finder policing.
- Priest With A Cause talks about the current state of the dungeon finder from a healer's point of view.
- Flash of Moonfire ponders the problem with daily heroics and lackadaisical tanks.
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