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11-26-2010 @ 8:32AM
I have started a new character on Proudmoore with the intention of finding out what it is like to be in a very large guild like Taint. Although Taint is way over Blizzard's size limit, Taint has started sister guilds and linking them together via some kind of global chat addon.I have not yet appled to Taint as I only have a level 3 character on Proudmoore. I don't want to move one of my mains to Proudmoore until I join and find out a little bit more about Taint. So I guess you could say I am looking for a new guild experience that does not exist on my server.
11-26-2010 @ 8:48AM
I did the same thing. I come from a background of small and close-knit guilds, so the atmosphere of Taint has been quite a shell-shock. I can tell you based on my experience so far that Proudmoore and Taint in particular is very accepting of everyone. However, gchat can get downright raunchy about 90% of the time and I frequently have to check to make sure I'm still playing WoW and not hanging out in a gay porn chat room. So, I would recommend giving it a shot, but it's not for everyone... And my mains are staying right where they are in their small, close-knit raiding guild.
11-26-2010 @ 3:30PM
I moved to Proudmoore because of Taint. I've ended up really liking the realm - if you're in the LGBT camp, you really should try Proudmoore. It's just a relief after several other realms. Turns out that Taint doesn't work for me, but I'm hoping I can find a smaller, more female-friendly place on Proudmoore. A RL friend wants to reroll on a server together, but after being on a LGBT majority realm, I'm reluctant to be elsewhere.
11-26-2010 @ 4:09PM
For those who find Taint a little too 'adult', I recommend a faction change and The Stonewall Family.www.thestonewallfamily.com
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