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6-23-2008 @ 11:45AM
I've found that establishing "Pacer Groups" helps a lot. Get a bunch of people at similar levels together, and set a goal to get a certain level by the end of every week. If it's not happening, sometimes you may have to adjust the level up or down. I say do whatever you need to do to get leveled faster. Some classes do it faster through quests, others by instances. For instances, it is good to do some now and then with a level-appropriate group so everyone learns how to play their class well. Sometimes, having 70s help out is great, too. PUGS help more than they hurt. Everyone remembers the horror stories, but the PUGs that went anywhere from "acceptable" to "extremely well"l seem to fade from memory much faster. :)Who knows? If you make a good enough impression on someone, you might find a great guild with similar interests and goals to ally your own with. (I know we work across many different guilds, and just a channel instead of Guild Chat to chit-chat. It works really well, actually.)
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