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10-31-2007 @ 9:27AM
The real downside to PuGs is if that is your only option. Like Noshtzy, I do not belong to a guild, and do not want to. So that means I am at the mercy of finding enouugh competent people who want to run an instance the same time that I can. That is not easy on the preTBC content. My warlock just hit 60, and I do not think I will be getting the warlock mount any time soon. Even though Scholo and DM are upper-level (pre-TBC) instances, I am having a difficult time putting together more than one other person to go in. Last night I even announced that I would forgo all loot in Scholo, except for what I needed for the mount quest. No takers. Most of the players on my server are in Outlands and working on their own flying mount requirements, so they aren't excited to come help me during prime time play hours. I will get it eventually. Might not be for a level or two or more, but eventually I will find a PuG that can go in and get it done.
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