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5-17-2009 @ 4:21PM
A RL friend of mine started playing and wanted to join the guild I was in. I told him that he would be better off finding his own way. I did not want him to feel left out if he couldn't do the new content we were doing, but did not want to burden my guildmates with my noob friend. (Not that there is anything wrong with being a noob...we were all one at one point.) He has found a guild to call home.Tell your brother thank you for the help. But I would find a guild that would be at the level you are at. If you don't want to jump ship just yet, pug more instances. I am sure you will gain the experience you are seeking.
5-18-2009 @ 11:43AM
I agree.Find your own guild and gain some independence. You can always just try it out for a few months and see what you learn.Had a warrior tank leave my old guild way back in the days of tier 4 when we moved from Kara to Gruul/Mag. He said he didn't think he was ready for 25 man tanking. At the time I thought he was crazy (it's all tier 4 and we'd been running Kara like forever) but in hindsight not everyone takes the same amount of time to get comfortable performing their role in a raid - and jumping up to a new level of content can put a lot of pressure on even the most experienced player.
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