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3-18-2009 @ 7:18PM
If a guild says they are hard core.... they fail. The high end guilds don't need to advertise.The best thing you can do as a guild member is be forthright on anything related to the guild. If you will be absent, give advance notice. If you don't know a fight, tell them upfront. Learn your class very well, so you can know your abilities and how best to use them. The gods bless the ENH Shaman who knows how and when to Purge when fighting in the DK Wing of Naxx, or the Feral Druid who can be smart enough to drop kitty form to decurse on Noth.Be pleasant, all the time. This is supposed to be your game. I have a rule - when I pick up my Blizz Authentication Key, real life drops. I don't let real life slide into my game, because that just makes the game suck a bit more.Be generous. If you have to share, share. Do that, and when you are in needed, people will be generous to you. Generally, be excellent to teach other. Your game experience will be better, and your guild will appreciate you all the more.
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