Okay, then take hardmodes out of the picture. Wanna show me this majority of guilds that has cleared 12/12 normals?
Oh right, you can't. Just shut up already.
Ok then, i'll explain this in simple terms then.
Do you know what hard means?
No really, do you?
Oh... you don't?
Ok then, well, it means difficult.
Now then, with that out of the way, the Difficult version of something isn't the regular version of something, is it? One would think that it would be you know... more difficult.... So, if it isn't the difficult version then it must be the regular version. Hmmmm.... soooo if the majority of actual raids guilds have cleared a regular raid, not done the 'extra credit' per say, then they HAVE done the raid. Have they not?
If I am taking a test and the last question if extra credit, optional, and I know I won't get it right, and I turn in the test without answering it, does that mean that I didn't do the test? One would think I did the test if I did the test and not the optional part. Oh, wait, do you think the optional part of something is the required part? Do we need to talk about what optional means next?
In closing, no, you shut up.
I said take hardmodes out of the picture. The day that you send me a piece of paper with the majority of guilds having downed 12/12 normal, which can be the "test" and hardmodes can be the "extra credit" is the day firelands will be released with 4.1. Until then, shut up, because you clearly missed it.
I hope you enjoyed typing out all that sarcasm at me like I'm stupid, when you're the one who missed the reading comprehension that says "leave hardmodes out of it." Begone, troll.
Edit: Just to clarify, I even bolded the part where I said leave hard modes out of it.
I'd like to just point to the bold/italics part here at the end as well. Majority of guilds have done the raid? I think not, because on my server there's MAYBE 5 guilds total, and I think its closer to 3, who have done 12/12.