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8-28-2008 @ 9:44AM
I tanked many many many pugs. A lot of the people I met along the way did the exact same thing John and Bono are describing. After a good run, one or more of the PUGs would whisper me saying they would add me to their friends list and I would do the same (especially if it was a healer). The more PUGs you do, the easier they become because you get to know sort of a good 'pugging network' - which I guess means you gradually transition from pugging to grouping with good non-guildies.
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