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3-16-2009 @ 11:19AM
I don't think these are mutually exclusive things. Showing a newbie the ropes sometimes involves educating them about their role in a group and how to play to the strengths of their class....pretty much the same process that help someone evolve into a successful raid member. The top performers in the group I run with enjoy friendly competition, its just another way to have fun in game alongside the other things that you mentioned.Most "serious raiding" posts I've seen revolve around having consideration for other people's time by showing up on time and prepared and paying enough attention to avoid standing in the fire.
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