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1-25-2008 @ 12:33PM
My guild hosts naked runs, drag runs (male toons wearing dresses; dwarves were an obvious first choice, taurens will be next...), hunts to collect "full sets" of trash armor (knitted, crocheted, etc.) and brief events like summoning parties where we bring lowbies to useful flightpaths like Kargath, Hammerfall and Refuge Point. We also had a picnic where we gave rare recipes to the toons who increased their cooking the most in one afternoon; everyone donated uncooked food of all levels and we had helpers stationed as "spice racks" to start fires and offer spices and other ingredients. We had a farming night in Arathi to gather mats for our new and poor bank - guild members pretty much wiped the whole area and we reaped stacks of leather, ore & cloth. At Winters Veil, we made sure that every member had at least 5 small eggs to complete the Greatfather cookie quest; this took much bird killing in Mulgore, Ashenvale and Westfall! We've also done Hallow's End fun runs of low level dungeons, where costumes are required and oddball fighting styles encouraged - priests melee, hunters put their pets on aggressive, warriors and rogues equip fish or mugs. So, um...yeah. We're into games a bit.
1-25-2008 @ 1:36PM
how can i get into your guild? LOL
1-25-2008 @ 8:58PM
Wow, Laura...ya'll must be a partyin' bunch! I agree with #13...where do ya'll play and how can I get in?
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