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1-12-2011 @ 5:41PM
For the heroics I've been in I've observed that the difficulty has heightened a sense of comradery. Many pug groups I've run have been expressing thanks and appreciation for one another with much more frequency and enthusiasm than I ever saw in BC or Wrath. Of course, there's plenty of negative people still out there, but I thought I'd mention the generosity and good will I've seen lately in PUGs, which I have to attribute to the increased difficulty. Bonds forged in fire and all that.
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