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10-23-2007 @ 10:23PM
For me the problems i experience in PUGS are the following:1. People going afk or brb or dc'ing or any other acronym meaning 'im not here' frequently, meaning a slow and inefficient run.2. People not listening to what the marks you set mean and therefore not acting on them.3. People who are all too quick to brand everyone else as noobs.4. How long it takes to find a pug (most likely the result of the above three).Of course i'm not saying i've never had a good pug, i've had plenty of good ones and it's great when you do get a good one. The problem for me is that a lot of time is wasted on finding the group, then on unnecessary wipes, and people brbing or dc-ing etc.The three (well technically 6) things that could save the PUG:1. Organisation and communication2. Tolerance and understanding3. Common Sense and concentration.
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