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2-21-2008 @ 8:42AM
For quests. I plan ahead (using addons / previous knowledge), so when I know that group quest is coming soon: I continue questing/grinding and at the same time I post on general (in that zone) if anyone wants to join (and keep eye if someone asks for help for that q). If no answers, I put up LFG for that quest and post in LFG too. Then re-post on general. If still no help, I then either go try and solo it, or move on and doing continue other quests while still looking for the group. Most save group quests and do a bunch of them at once.For instances (normal). I just PUG. I put myself up in LFG and continue whatever I was doing. Or I take initiative and start whispering the ones in LFG. If no group is up, I just try another time or ask friends / guildies to help.If I end up in a group with good player or players, I friend them. This is needed for the next part (or future normal instances).Heroics. I ask friends/guild or someone I know asks me to join, then we see if we get a group of 5 up and go. If not, we PUG the 4th and/or 5th, while still keeping an eye on friends/guilds. I never or rarely enter heroics in a group I don't know anyone in. It's just so much easier, faster and more fun to go with the ones you know and trust.
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