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8-27-2008 @ 10:06PM
I don't know why everyone says pugging is so bad. I've always run pugs. Sure every once and awhile you'll get a crap group, but for the most part I've had pleasant experiences and even made a few friends. Just make sure everyone is geared and specced correctly. Don't be afraid of pugs. It's not like anyone that's not in a big guild is automatically a 12 year old kid who doesn't know what they're doing.
8-28-2008 @ 2:16AM
I've had some great times in PuGs. I've pugged everything from Deadmines to Hyjal.People tend to remember the bad runs instead of the smooth and easy going ones. It's the same as a gambler remembering all the wins and never the loses, except the other way around.Unfortunately there is also a minority of people who go into the run thinking that it's going to fail. With an attitude like that it's doomed from the start. As long as you stay clear of that small minority, it should be all clear sailing.Stay positive, relax and remember that everyone else in the group is there for the same reason as you... It's only a game. =)
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