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12-22-2009 @ 4:56PM
I personally like this approach. I am in a guild made up of a core set of officers from my office, and then a bunch of people we know in real life. So while I haven't met everyone, I know our tank went to college with the reports guy downstairs, and our highest level pally is our old IT guys wife, and then there are the people I've invited in. We randomly help each other, and we have one scheduled dungeon run night where we progress through 5 man content as quickly as we can because it's fun to push that envelope and primarily level by 3-4 manning 5 man content. Aside from that we just good around and chat in gchat a lot. We don't have to worry about ninjas because if anyone cleaned us out they would never hear the end of it IRL. It just works out.
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