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10-30-2007 @ 7:44PM
Having started playing WoW quite late in the game, I have done many instances with many PuGs and while it can be frustrating, it can also be very entertaining. Unlike grouping with the same 5 people and running an instance "by the book", you never know what's going to happen next in a PuG. From party chat to ninja looters, to people dropping group and how to handle CC, every PuG brings something original to my WoW experience. As long as you are patient and don't take them too seriously, PuGs will get you the most entertainment and the best stories possible.
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