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8-21-2007 @ 8:36AM
From my experience there are two types of players. However, I call them casual and obsessed. :0PSome ppl know how to play their toons and some don't. Some have been through certain instances/quests 100+ times and some haven't. When playing with anyone in any kind of group; PUG or otherwise just remember; we all had a first time doing whatever it is you're working on. A little understanding goes a long way.I've been in PUGs that never even made into the instance portal. I've also been in PUGs that ran like well oiled machines. It mostly depends on the experience lvl of the players and everyone's ability to communicate helpful information. If you have 1 or 2 noobs in a 5 man it's going to take longer, but if everyone takes their time and makes sure the noobs are well informed you will make it without wiping.It has nothing to do with weather the players are casual or obsessed. It has to do with something that I have found to be a rarity in this game, teamwork.
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