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6-20-2009 @ 7:30AM
Slightly off topic, but one way to help with networking is to NOT get on people's "bad lists" or ignore lists. When I have the patience, I'll tell annoying low level players begging or making a complete nuisance of themselves, that it's not a good idea since they could get on people's ignore lists. They usually respond "So?" But they could be shutting out potential group mates later on (not to mention business opportunities in trade). Maybe not a huge amount, but still, why do it?Also, behaving badly in an instance could get you on people's "bad lists." While people may not put you on ignore, you may end up in a notebook page titled "People not to group with."And being annoying in trade on a regular basis can get you noticed - in a bad way. Who wants to group with people who constantly has to show they they are the "only" people who seem to know what they are doing, even if their gear is fantastic? And showing your mean streak or neediness over and over again in public can get you a reputation. And by the way, being kicked out of a guild more times than anyone else, or being refused over and over again when trying to get into a guild, despite the fact that you know how to play, is not a good thing, and probably not something you want to advertise.
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