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7-17-2007 @ 1:47PM
Welcome to the World of Warcraft, Ric Romero! :)But seriously, this has been the practice for a long time. There have ALWAYS been microguilds around. I've had alts and even mains holding down several since I started playing WoW (about a month after launch) You get to wear your own cool tabard and talk on your own /guild channel. My alt-holding microguild even has it's own forums, although mostly just for me to post notes to myself about useful WoW links for addons and helpful hints.Unfortunately, microguilds provide no functionality other than the tabard and a guild name over your head. It would be cool if guilds provided SOME usefulness other than endgame raids and a chat channel.
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