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7-13-2007 @ 7:04PM
Number 1 rule of finding a good guild, don't obviously be dying to join one. Play a lot, be polite and know your class, have a sense of humour. After good runs whisper the people you liked and ask them if you can /friend them (if you don't ask, they won't rememebr you and might not like being bugged.) When you bump into someone questing, take a chance and ask if they want to group, you can meet some very good players that way.After doing this process a while, making sure to run with those people again when possible. Eventually drop a hint or two that you wwant to know what their guild is about.Rule 2: Be patient, you don't want to have a list of guilds you've left, that is a mile long.Rule 3: Don't spam guildrecruitment channel, and try to not join guilds wihch do.
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