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6-15-2009 @ 2:42PM
I like doing 10-mans with my guild, and though my guild leader and I dream that one day we'll be big enough to do 25-man raids, I dread it a little at the same time. After we've been through a couple guild-hoppers and drama queens (and we hardly recruit at all) I'm not sure I'd like to run the risk of drama popping up in the middle of a big run like that and pissing off everyone. Probably part of that comes from being not-so-hardcore (avoiding the even-more vague "casual" term), where we don't like pushing for progression just for the sake of new gear.The loot is nice, yes. But if I ever do a 25-man, it's almost always in (or as) a PUG. Healing 25-mans is fun, but as most everyone else has said: it just doesn't have the same fun atmosphere. Usually when I'm in a 25-man PUG, I'll drop some fish feasts and offer my opinion on what I should be doing (though I can't gauge how annoying I am to those raid leaders :P) but I'll sit in Guild chat most of the time.
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