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6-15-2009 @ 9:55PM
I'm also part of a guild that's working for 10-man strict progression, but I can't really help you, cause... we don't recruit. We're working 10m-strict progression because we're a group of about 15 people, who only accept new members that we know in real life. But I agree, 10m progression is loads of fun, and I'm super-ridiculously glad it exists. I'd never gotten to be in a progression guild before, because I'd always been in the same guild, and progression didn't exist for us. :DWe're nowhere near your number on the GuildOx chart, but that's only because Ulduar came out and distracted us from getting any number of Naxx achievements we could easily get. We were going to have an epic Naxx-achievement run last weekend, for instance; but then they nerfed Yoggie, which pulled us right back in (got it to 10%! We would've had it, but people had to leave.)So, that would be my (somewhat joking, but also somewhat serious) recommendation: make your friends in real life play WoW.
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