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8-27-2008 @ 8:38PM
Some of my best times in WoW have all been in PuGs. The hardest part of pugging is finding a group that isn't doomed to fail, or filled with people who belive that PuGs don't work. 1. Be Polite and sell yourself as a normal, functioning member of society. When talking to potential groups, use correct grammar and spelling. Manners go a long way.2. Don't run with the first group who comes along. Be picky. Your first choice should be with a group who has a Tank and Healer already. Politely avoid groups who have three DPS and no tank or heals. Another option is to run with a group with the majority from one guild.3. Carry a few extra elixirs and potions etc for yourself and power foods and scrolls for other classes. Offer a couple of feltail delight to the tank or sporefish to the healer. Use the scrolls on others. It's an easy way to be remembered and invited back next time.4. Thank them for the run afterwards and ask if you can add them to your friends list.After a couple of weeks, you will probably find yourself getting regular runs with a good group.
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