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3-22-2010 @ 5:22PM
@ Alden:Believe it or not, there are still some people (pugs included) who are decent enough to stick around with a group when they've won what they wanted to help those who helped them get the loot. I used to be an officer in a guild that routinely brought pugs, and the vast majority of them were decent people.If I were still in the position of taking in pugs to raids I'd be perfectly happy to run the risk of a few selfish pugs dropping. I'd make sure they were never invited to my guild raids again. Reputation works both ways you know.I imagine the people who drop out of pug raids early are the same people who bail on 5 mans. Thank god they made the ignore list longer.
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