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10-22-2007 @ 11:53AM
Inviting someone to fill out an instance group is a good way to possibly find new guild members. Run something with them, mention that they're welcome to join your guild if they're ever interested (after the instance is over) and leave it at that. I realize that this is a slow method of building a raid roster, but I don't think there's any quick means of getting good players.Just don't whisper me about joining (or even send me a guild invitation) out of the blue just because I'm high-level and unguilded. That doesn't mean I'm desperate to join any guild. Do not try to impress me by describing how awesome and funny you all are: I'll realize the dis/truth of this soon enough if and when I do join.
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