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7-04-2008 @ 10:00AM
Our guild only recently started BT, and after downing the first 3 easy bosses we are working on the rest, so theres still plenty of fun to be had raiding, even if all that fantastic loot will be worthless in a few months. I raid for the challenge of defeating tough encounters as a like-minded team, its jsut a rush seeing all your work pay off when you finally down a tough boss, and that rush, that enjoyment, is worth the time I invest playing WOW.Also on my non-raiding times I've been enjoying levelling a mage, which Ill eventually level till the cap so I can have an alt in wotlk to supply my main with mats (herb, mining) for my main professions, JC and the upcoming inscription prof.Sof or me, I guess I WoW mostly for the fun of raiding, and partly in preparation for WotLK, which thankfully is fun as well. :)
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