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10-23-2007 @ 10:55PM
Its funny. PuGs have been the best and worst thing I've experienced in WoW. Before I found a good guild, PuGing was my only option. And I met a lot of good friends through PuGs. I've also met some of the worst players I've ever seen. I often try to be patient, and am willing to wipe over and over is I see a glimmer of light at the end of the long tunnel. And doing so manyPuGs forced me to be a better player. I've learned as much from watching bad players as I have from watching good ones. In a strange way, I miss running so many PuGs. I'd meet new people and often found myself challenged. But now that I'm in a guild full of pretty good players, I haven't done more than glance at the LFG tool in quite a while. That being said, I relish the prospect of being forced into them if I want to complete a daily quest, especially a heroic one. Its one thing to see people fall flat on their face when they are at least geared for the run they're doing. Its a whole other when they are under geared because the Revered limit on heroics has disapeared and that same joke of a tank who doesn't know how to hold agro is facing situations as difficult as some endgame bosses. I foresee a lot of these PuGs dissolving in frustration far quicker than ever before.
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