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5-04-2009 @ 2:19PM
I guess it all goes to what you consider a PUG. I consider a PUG to be finding someone in LFG that I don't know and have never grouped with before.If I invite someone I know, or if I fill in a spot with a guild that I know (which is what you're referencing, I think?), I do not consider that a PUG.If someone picks me up out of LFG and drops me before I even get to the instance, I shrug and move on. That's how life goes.If I am offered a spot filling in with a guild that I'm friendly with, and they have to boot me for a guildmate, nearly every time I'd get a whisper from the raid leader explaining the situation and ASKING if I would make room for the new arrival. If there is a reason, like this run was originally called specifically to try for a specific item or achievement for them, I usually am happy to move along.If they simply dropped me with that conversation, they would never be able to get my help again.
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