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5-26-2008 @ 11:06AM
Casual guilds exsist. I have been in a casual guild that has been going strong since the beginning of TBC. We have cleared Kara, ZA, Gruul, Mag, 5/6 SSC, 3/4 TK, 4/5 Hyjal and 4/9 BT. http://whj-guild.org
5-26-2008 @ 12:30PM
So ... You're in a raiding guild and you can't down Vashj or KT? Doesn't that seem kind of silly given that there are PUGs out there that can? I find it odd that Blizz decided to let people pick off the low-hanging fruit of all the 25man encounters. It's not unreasonable to expect a PUG group to be able to down 2 bosses of every 25man short of Sunwell ... difficulty progression ftw :p
5-26-2008 @ 2:37PM
#14, it would help to know whether you're one of those people who lives in-game, or whether you limit yourself.EJ states it took them ~12 hours to down KT. That's an entire two weeks of effort for one of the world's leading WoW guilds; I suppose it'd be more for normal guilds. The site of the guild you're smirking at states they raid 2x/week.My guild raids 2-3/week, and if someone told us we should spend an entire 3-4 weeks of our hobby on one guild-breaker of a fight just to impress nerd-snobs, it'd be a difficult choice between laughing and ignoring him.
5-26-2008 @ 2:39PM
Did I say two weeks for EJ to kill KT? I should l2math.
5-26-2008 @ 3:35PM
@14We pretty much skipped over Vashj/Kael in favor of gearing up a bit more. We took Vashj to Phase 3 prior to 2.4 and never took any swipes at Kael. We plan to pick up with Vashj again this week and start in on Kael attempts shortly there after. But, I appreciate your concern. Hopefully, then we'll be okay in your eyes. Because I need your validation in order for me to feel like I have accomplished anything in a pretend world.
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