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10-23-2007 @ 10:23PM
I have been with Pugs that have tired my patience; I have also had good times healing from the LFG channel.Last Pug I joined was so easy and relaxed, I agreed to run the same instance again straight after. Everyone knew what to do, none were left feeling any doubts and we all just got on with our own roles whilst having a laugh and any random thing. The way the game is intended, I think (may be wrong).Bliss for a night out of 25mans.The bad ones are easier to remember due to the massive frustration that they bring with them (including a big dose of despair).One thing I try to keep in mind is that Pug’s will rarely have the “well oiled” dynamic of your raiding team, and so I approach them from a “fun times” Point of view.
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