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12-12-2010 @ 9:11AM
It's really simple... I was on my mage, running Heroic UK... The four other puggers from the LFG finder were talkative, funny, and really awesome. It was the very first time all five of us were like, wow... Do we really have to say goodbye? It was an unusual meeting of completely strangers who unfortunately all happened to be on different servers. We went our separate ways, but I have to admit, I still remember them fondly as the BEST random pug in history!
12-12-2010 @ 9:20AM
This is the only thing I hate about the PuG finder. Sometimes you find really awesome groups and individuals that are so much fun to play with but by the end of your run, you'll likely never see them again :(That said, I remember one time I ran Nexus with this great, hilarious tank only to que back up about 30 minutes after the run and ended up in UK with him! :D
12-12-2010 @ 9:23AM
"This is the only thing I hate about the PuG finder. Sometimes you find really awesome groups and individuals that are so much fun to play with but by the end of your run, you'll likely never see them again :("Seconded. I understand why you can't friend people cross-server (though thankfully you can ignore them...), but I wish Blizzard would implement a "favored" system or similar, so that if someone you've favored is also queueing, and you've both favored each other, it'll try to put you in the same group. It's not a perfect idea, but it'd increase your chances of getting into a good group. Just a thought.
12-12-2010 @ 4:59PM
I actually had a very similar experience recently. A friend of mine started playing again because of Cata and we both love the Random Dungeon Finder so he's tanking and I'm healing. We did 26 - 36 one day in a crazy marathon of instant popping queues and him trying to pull as much as possible in one go and me trying to keep up. It was a pretty epic time haha. We had 2 dps that stuck around long enough to gain like 6 levels each and after a few runs we were all joking around and having a good time. We died all over the place, were completely sloppy but we all agreed that it was the most fun we'd had chaining instances. We all wished we could friend so we could hook up for more but alas...
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