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8-27-2008 @ 8:44PM
Yep, I'll go along with everyone else here. Your first step is to get to know some good healers and tanks. Your first goal should be to have 4-5 healers and 3-4 tanks on your Friends List. Then when you log on, say "hi" to any of them that are online. Making contact frequently starts up a friendship and lets them know that you're sending them tells for more than just heroics.Get to know them, and after 2-3 times of just saying "hi" then start to ask if they're interested in running anything tonight. The more you do that, the more likely they are to think of you if they're running something. Yes, it can get tedious having a lot of friends who you actually "talk" to each time you log in, but doing that will get you a LOT more invites as long as you're not a totally useless player.Finally, I always recommend running a lot more "normal" mode instances just to build up a reputation. If you're not in a guild, then start one with just you in it. My current guild is myself and my wife. We constantly get asked for groups because of the "good reputation of your guild". Little do they know that they're always running with the same people just on different characters.
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