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12-13-2010 @ 8:17AM
I'm used to pulling my own weight as a resto Druid. I spent a good deal of time pushing myself through guilds to achieve my own raiding credibility, and have gotten myself into world top raiding guilds (inb4 cool story bro), and I know what it's like to bring others with me and have them be my "association". Of course, as time has unfolded, and things like school and work picked up, raiding time as slowed down for my into a more casual pace, and I've followed some old school friends into their guilds and pulled into their raids etc. I don't feel bad about it though. I mean, the way I see it is, I know that I'm a good enough player to not be carried based on play, but instead on gear, and I'm there to help people theorycraft of anything when they need it. So it's rewarding in its own mentor mentor-type respect.
12-13-2010 @ 8:18AM
Pardon the spelling flukes. It's cold and I'm shaking :(
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