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12-30-2008 @ 3:39PM
When TBC came out, I raced through to 70 and regret it. I rarely instanced. It was quest-quest-quest. I'm 80 now, but I did all of the instances at their level, I spent more time reading quests and enjoyed the game a lot more. I still have at least 200 more Northrend quests left and am still enjoying it. That being said, our guild barely has enough 80s to pull off a 10 man. It's a very casual, real life guild first. This question is very timely as I filled a 10th spot in another guilds raid and afterwards, they invited me to join them. After a lot of thought, I realized I had built some great relationships with my own guild members and wasn't ready to give that up.
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