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12-29-2008 @ 7:52PM
Well, yes the Wraith instances are fairly straightforward. But I wouldn't dismiss them outright. We had plenty of wipes because people didn't understand the strats. Further, some bloggers (Big Bear Butt for ex) have proclaimed how going into a dungeon with the proper gear/level makes it quite challenging. Anyway I think they are about right. Regardless, this doesn't answer the question. The OP needs to decide what he enjoys the most. I think most guilds that have some 80s will be able to run Naxx in some form. Our guild is going to start doing it in the next week or so (well, my casual guild, my hardcore guild has been farming it since about two weeks after release). Also the wrong kind of guild will not welcome you back, so beware of that. The OP really just needs to see if the unstated or stated goals of the guild mesh with what he is wanted to do. Does he want to raid 20+ hours a week? That's a fairly hardcore commitment, find a guild that is serious about raiding. Does he want to raid maybe once a week? Find a guild. PVP? Ditto. Level alts? Ditto. There is a guild to fit all of these needs, likely not the same guild. Lastly I completely agree with the author about leaving to see content. Don't do that. Especially now. There is so little Wraith content to see, that it doesn't make sense to jump ship to guilds where you can do all the content in a week of raiding. Leave because you dont like the guild members. Leave because you dont like the guild focus. But don't leave because you can't wait to get into Naxx. Wait a month or so, see where they stand. It's possible the guild leaders have zero interest in seeing Naxx, in that case, find a guild which does it regularly and needs people. But content and gear gets outdated quickly. Don't destroy friendships based on pixel that you'll replace within a month or sooner.
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