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1-22-2009 @ 8:51PM
I wish the ancestors in dungeons wasn't required for the meta, I doubt I can convince my guild to do some. which means yet-again pugging my way through. Blah.Its far more rewarding to be able to accomplish these achievments with just yourself and a trusted friend or two. Merrymaker was perfect. Wish this one could be more like Merrymaker.Ok ok... yeah I'll just stop with the qq'ing now... :(
1-22-2009 @ 9:39PM
I was thinking the same. My guild doesn't do heroics anymore, so its going to be tricky getting a group for the northrend dungeons unless they are pugs.Likewise i hope the Horde/Alliance city Elders aren't so far in that it makes it impossible to get out without being seen.
1-23-2009 @ 1:36AM
zomg pugging? whatever will you do? there's nothing worse in the whole of Azeroth than pugging!Seriously people need to get cured of their pug phobia. I have a guild but they don't always wanna run Heroics, so I do a lot of pugging and honestly it's not that bad. Dungeons are easier and most people know the fights by now. I've rarely failed to down the final boss in the pugs I've put together as of late.
1-23-2009 @ 11:46AM
So join a larger guild.Or join a guild that is more goal-oriented and less social-oriented.You don't necessarily need to be in a large guild.My guild has around 60 people in it, yet we farm Naxx 25 and are downing Maly 25 with few problems.Its not about total members in guild, its total active members in guild.
1-26-2009 @ 3:35AM
Why are these comments plus'd? Its just a bunch of QQ. Honestly? NO ONE in your super-guilds are going to run for these same achievements? NO one in your guild has alts that might want to run some dungeons?Stop the damn QQ.
1-27-2009 @ 2:44PM
I thought the purpose of these achievements was to give the casual or solo player something to work on. This achievement is just about completely soloable...until you have to hop into a level 80 heroic. Not a huge deal, but I expected something more solo friendly.
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