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9-25-2007 @ 12:32PM
If your looking for an entry level raiding guild (starting/midway ssc/eye), its a good idea to log into the game, ask one of the members if any of the officers or the GM is on... at this level of guild development, they most likly have their guild setup nicely, and don't check their reqruitment forums... just talk to an officer, ask if they'd be interested in letting you join, and if he says yes, tell him your going to go fill out an app. if he says no, you can save yourself the time of filling it out. be careful how you talk to him though, don't come off as a mass-message spam looking for guild, be personal.also when you do get in one, don't be disapointed when you don't goto raids. getting in, is generally the easy part, increasing your reputation in the guild to the point where your in top 10 in the invites to raid is the hard part, espeachally when you first join, because everyone already has their groups that they do their heroics with, farm with, generally hang out with. Its a good idea, when someone asks if someone can give them a hand, to be the first one to say 'invite me', it will go a long way to grinding guild rep, to where your one of the normal invites to raids, not a sub they only take when absolutly necissary. (and you thought exaulted all factions was the end of rep grinding, muahahaha)
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