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6-23-2008 @ 11:32AM
When TBC launched, myself and one other guildie hit the ground running fast and hard. We were clearing SMV while the majority of our guildies were just discovering Terrokar. We have a sister guild and they had a few people who had also leveled quickly so we did a lot of rep grinding and instance running together. This quickly lead to guildies feeling that we weren't spending enough time with them.If anything I would recommend that you keep everyone involved as much as possible. The more guildmates work together the less likely someone is to feel left out. I think for WotLK I will make sure that I have a back up for what to do when I hit 80 since it will probably be before many of my guildmates (leveling fishing will probably be on that list, ugh) and helping my guildies, most of whom are Pug-phobic, with instance and group quests.If you are interested in really flying through the leveling don't be shy of pugs, yes some may be utter crap, but the majority are going to be fun and give you people to look up later for help with group quests. Remember we're all back to learning even 5 man encounters when the xpac drops so don't get too disheartened if it seems tough at first (Ramps seemed hellish the first couple of times through!).
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