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10-23-2007 @ 8:29PM
oh, and the idea that all the good players have found friends to run instances with and so don't pug anymore is pretty faulty. I don't play as much as a lot of people (is it just me that, as much as i love the game, i love talking about it and the theory crafting side of it even more? i'll waste a good part of a slow day at work reading and discussing things on wowinsider, and then i'll get home and not really feel like playing for more than a few minutes once i've tested out my new ideas on spell rotations, etc), (sorry big digression)so i don't have many people that stay the same level as me to run instances with. So it's always a new pool of faster-advancing players to meet and pug with. This has nothing to do with how good i am in a group setting.
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