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7-22-2008 @ 6:10PM
If you start Pugging I would strongly recommend that you start with a few easy heroics for a few weeks or so, and get to the point where you can recognize a few people and a few people recognizes you. It's really nice when you get a nice rep and have people exclaim "Oh, I remember so-and-so! He's a great tank (dps, healer, etc)!". Speak to some of the better people you've grouped with, add them to your friends list. With luck, you'll develop a good network of people you know and may even be sought after should one of their 5-mans or raids need a replacement. I personally shy away from pug raiding. I would only do so if the pugged characters were dps, or non-crucial. Any raid that has to pug its tanks or healers, IMHO, is not destined to go very far. And to be fair, that may be better than nothing.
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