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11-05-2008 @ 12:43PM
I see a lot of that with hardcore raiding guilds. They start naturally coalescing into a core clique of people who raid/play together, and new members are often faced with "secondary" status and a steep climb until they "pay their dues" and are accepted by the core group. Very often, they will insist on doing things a certain way because "that's the way we've always done it in the past", or hold prejudices for/against certain ideas "you need X tanks and Y healers for this certain boss" or "you have to have a for this instance". It takes a very dynamic leader to realize this.
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