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1-21-2009 @ 11:15PM
In a situation like what you've described, then an "out of the blue" invite is acceptable, in my view. What I was referring to is when you're heading to an area - let's use a low-level example. You are in Southshore and heading out to take care of the ogres for the books. Before you even start out, someone throws a group request in your face. Do they even know what quest you're on? Is it the same quest? This is what I find to be annoying, but maybe that's just me. Now if it's something quite plain as to what the quest may be and you get the group invite, then I'm all for it! But if it's anyone's guess and you just happen to be a few levels higher than they are, well...........
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