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5-14-2009 @ 8:43AM
Atually, ive found (via a process of observation) that many raid guilds have a "better" Wow/rest of life balance (by better I mean less wow and more rest-of-life) than more casual guilds.Simply - raids start at a defined time and end at a defined time.Raiders do not need to log much before the scheduled start time, are going to get two hours of solid content done, and thus not feel they have to stay on much longer when the raid is called for the night.Casual players on the other hand - because their goals are less defined and theres no guarantee that other casuals are going to be on, get sucked in into logging on early "to see if anyone is on" - hanging around "in case someone logs on" and so on.
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