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8-27-2008 @ 7:19PM
As a fellow hunter, I used to have a similar problem. At least on my server hunter's are: overabundant, usually lousy, and seldom (read: never) sought after. As such, I found that to start off it's almost always quicker and easier to lead the PuG's yourself. Find people by checking the LFG tool and don't be afraid to whisper people in the capitals asking (politely) if they'd be interested in joining you. In my experience, most people are actually pleased by even an unsolicited invitation.After that, just make sure to add quality players to your friends lists, and let them know you're doing it. Show your appreciation, especially to tanks and healers. They like that, and will be more reliable when it comes time to fill out the last spot in your next run, or when they need one more for theirs.
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