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10-27-2008 @ 2:16PM
Sometimes those T6-geared players are completely burned out. T4-based guilds are way more relaxed, comparatively. They might be looking to bring it down a notch. Is that so hard to imagine?Getting experienced players like this makes a good opportunity for improvement for your core members. Even if they don't stay around forever, it's likely that they will rub off well on those that have always been there.Bring em in, I say.
10-27-2008 @ 11:37PM
Yes, i totally agree. The problem is most of the people in T6 guilds are douche bags (not all). I am thinking of leaving my sunwell guild since I quit raiding and realized I dont like any of them. Sure, having someone link some prot warriors helm loaded with spirit gems and a spellpower enchant is funny the first few times, but it gets old fast.Lately I've been missing my 'casual' roots where it was just about having fun, and you werent docked dkp for being late to a raid and there wasn't constant elitism in the guild chat channel. If my guild split up, I know Ill be apping to a casual friendly guild, and would prefer to go through the full application process regardless of gear.
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