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3-15-2008 @ 1:41PM
I think it's important. As someone who spent the first half of my WoW career as a casual, it's definitely something people talk about. Casuals take pride in knowing the progression of the top guilds and talking about it to others.And now as a serious raider, you will find that you become friends with the other top raiding guilds. You end up PVP'ing together, PUG'ing together etc. It's almost like a class structure. The rich with the rich and the poor with the poor. It's not that people are snobby, you just tend to associate with people in your gear level because it maximizes performance. Anyway, tangent there. Being a raider, it's hard NOT to know who kills what and when.So yeah, it's important.
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