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3-15-2008 @ 1:41PM
A lot of people see their server's progression as a way to compare it to others. While this works pretty well, players really need to decide what they want to be doing in the game and play on servers where they can do those things. If you're just playing with family, pretty much any server will do. If you're into serious raiding, you need a server with a history of good progression.So for the average person, progression is not very important as long as they are happy with their guild.
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