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10-09-2007 @ 7:40PM
Well, I see it as both good and bad.It will speed up finding a pug for a run, thats good. But, I think it may also open up a whole can of worms no one wants to see opened.what I am worried about is how players will treat each other in these groups. There is allot of opportunity to simply take or do what you will and treat people badly with little to no consequences for the offender. And were there is opportunity, well such behavior will no doubt thrive.To a large degree this behavior comes back to bite you on your virtual behind, as those you screw over on your own server will no doubt tell others and before long your group less/guild less or forced to group/guild with your own kind and your reputation is trash. Sure one can move severs, but the cost of that is a pretty good deterrent in most cases.we will not have that kind of element to curb that behavior in cross realm groups. So what would simply stop someone from abusing the group and the system as they felt like it? The griefers out there must be hopping with glee at the opportunity this will provide for them. For those who think there are not a good number of griefers playing WOW, go level a toon on a PVP server, LOL.to be honest I can not conceive of a easy way to police things such that it will work as good as BG's do. It will solely rely on the good will of your fellow gamers.I am either a pessimist or a realist, but thats how I see this.
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