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10-25-2008 @ 1:54PM
agreed... a 'casual' achievement isn't an achievementbut... the beauty of achievements is the majority of them are attainable by a 'casual' player... all you need to do is waste enough time doing something and viola, achievement...vanity badge ftwI think that if guild achievements existed, they shouldn't impart any benefit to the guild as a whole... it would be horribly unfair that just because some people you share a guild with killed end-of-the-world uber-boss that you should get a title -savior of mankind-Guild achievements should be achievements of the guild as a whole"Guild Raid Clear""legendary loot""X guild heroics cleared""X guild BGs won" (i would guess that it would have to be calculated that your 5man guild group participated in a BG that you won)if your guild cleared the instance with the help of another guild... that wasn't an accomplishment of your guild and I don't think you should get credit for it...If you want the accomplishment, make a guild that can accomplish the task
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