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6-11-2007 @ 2:33PM
What it comes down to is: You either sit on the fence and try to remain friends with everybody, or you make a decision and definitely remain friends with half of them.Trying to remain friends with everybody could backfire because it's a pretty transparent ploy and you come off as a fair-weather friend at best. Choosing a side could burn you because you either sacrifice progression potential or sacrifice real life friends.So what matters to you most? Progression potential? or Friends?But be aware of the difference between "raid buddies" and ACTUAL friends. Guys you can happily tolerate while raiding are not on the same level as someone you've known for years.Ironically, this is why you're not supposed to get into business with friends. Sooner or later you're going to have to make a decision that either imperils the friendship or the business.So maybe the only true solution is preventative: Don't raid with friends.
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