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4-28-2008 @ 7:23PM
Great series of articles, Scott. This should be required reading for all raiding guilds, casual or not. I've been on both sides of the fence and my thought is that casual == for fun and not progression, while serious == for progression. For me, I got frustrated with the lack of progression with my casual guild, but I've known them for a long time. My 'serious' guild I hardly know, since we pretty much only raid together. Anyway. I think if you want to exprience end-game PVE you should be in both types of guilds and see which fits you best.
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