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11-10-2009 @ 8:38AM
I think pugging is definitely a viable alternative. Each week I lead 6 pug raids and am pretty successful: VoA 10/25 (ok no great shakes), onyxia 10/25 (usually one shot both no prob) and ToC 10/25 (usually clear 10 with 2 or less wipes, 25 man have gotten through faction champs). No I am not clearing ToGC I will give you that. At the same time I probably would being getting bosses down if all the people who are properly geared for it were not saved with guild runs. My only point is that there are numerous ways to make raids work for you, and one way is to run them yourself. A tip for people looking to do this, which may seem obvious, but you wouldn't believe the number of people who are shocked. Every time you play with an exceptional player, add them to your friends with a note of the roles they can fill. I can usually fill out my tanks with people I know are good players AND a couple of dps and healers.
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