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5-06-2007 @ 4:37PM
Small is always best. Keep a core group of people that you know well, and can group with. Our guild has about 15 members, all around the same level, which usually means getting a group of 5 together to do an instance is pretty easy.The large guilds seems to have so much disparity. I've teamed with a few from one of the larger guilds, and they were pretty good, so my reaction was, "that guild is pretty good." Then another time teamed with a different member from the same guild, as he was horrible.With the smaller guilds, one person can better represent the entire guild, thus it is much easier to maintain consistency. Numerous time I've run across random people, on the zep or something, that noticed my guild name, and said, "Hey, I grouped with one of your guild members yesterday. He was top notch. You guys have a great guild." Comments like those are always nice to hear.
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