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6-06-2008 @ 11:08AM
I'll be honest. I look for at least someone else I know in the PuG. Or, I'll do /who on all the party members and see what guilds they are in. I'm very specific, and unless I know the person or have ran with them before, it's unlikely I'll invite anyone from the guild 'Panda Panty Raiders' or something stupid like that. That's basically my #1 thing I do for PuGs. I like inviting people from reliable and founded guilds on my server. If there's someone from Eternal Sorrow, more than likely I'd pass up anyone else not from ES, to get the ES person in. It's not because I'm an elitist, it's just that I am tired of failing at the easiest instances to complete. I PuG alot of reg. 70 instances, and lately, I've had no issues with anything, but every now and then I'll get a member who types 'lik dis' and thinks everyone in the group 'is a n00b' cause we know how to play our classes.
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