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1-19-2010 @ 8:27PM
I play on what I think is the most populated server, and I think it presents a whole different vibe for us on good 'ol laggy Quel'dorei. People seem to be advertising for raids more and more and more. It's amazing how many older raids I've seen too, like Naxx. So I think you are right in thinking that more geared toons means more raiding, and faster.Then again, I've always liked the idea of being on a less populated server. The large server can be fun for a while, but sometimes you just want to settle down I think. I'd love to set up a raiding guild on a less populated server, perhaps one that helps new raiders get used to the content without having to set up giant groups. No need to apply, just have a test run with more experienced raiders. (Wow, that's actually a cool idea for even my big server... lol). I think I just came up with that idea because that's what I want! WTB Raider School, kthx.Overall the dungeon tool actually had me doing dungeons. I'm a bit antisocial, and that tool is just what a needed! No set up required, just click and run. (Well, for a dps more like click, farm, farm, farm, and run). Perhaps the dungeon finder will encourage more raiding guilds on smaller servers?
1-20-2010 @ 3:12AM
I'm on Quel'dori too. I took the summer off, and when I finally came back everyone I knew went to the horde side. Now I just tank the five mans and think if I want to get in a guild. A laid back raid guild would be right up my ally! (pun intended)
1-20-2010 @ 8:28AM
What is a PUG raid? No, really, what is it? BWL (H) is more populated than the Alliance, but we are still extremely low pop server, and you never see PUG raids. Usually the closest you get is 2 10 man guilds will get together, and ask one of the 3 25 man guilds for alts. Thats not a PUG imo, especially since its usually planned.I remember before TOC and the mass exodus from the server, people would be sitting in LFG and all of a sudden, there would be a 100% random PUG formed, and even though most of us knew each other (its bound to happen on such a small server) its not like it was planned. I like the new LFG tool, but at the same time I feel like its made my server feel even smaller.
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