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8-26-2009 @ 8:07AM
@CowyI completely agree with Cowy on this one. I too prefer being part of a small guild of personal friends rather than a huge guild full of people i'll never talk to outside of WoW.As a result, we're ALREADY at a disadvantage compared to larger guilds. With barely enough people on raid night to form a 10man group, we'll never see any of the 25man content, gear, or achievements. It's always kind of ruined a bit of the fun for me knowing that choosing to be part of a smaller group, which is much more fun for me than a larger less personal group, means that i'm automatically missing out on the higher end/progression stuff.Now Blizz is adding even MORE stuff we're going to have to miss out on? That's just disheartening...i feel like i'm being forced to choose between playing with my friends and being able to see all the high end/progression stuff. This addition of guild levelling/perks/achievements just makes it worse. It's going to be great for all the large/hardcore guilds out there, but just another carrot on a stick for the smaller guilds that they'll never be able to reach.(and don't give me the "it'll just take more time" argument. Smaller guilds tend to be more casual, which means they play less to begin with. So taking longer with even less time to begin with means it will take practically forever, thereby making it pointless to even try.)
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