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1-23-2011 @ 8:46AM
The people make the guild great, yes... but a focus is also amazing. There are many guilds who say 'we do a bit of everything'. That, for me, is too vague; granted, you'll get a bunch of players in the guild who may share your particular interests... but you'll also get a bunch of players who don't necessarily share your interests. If those that do share interests aren't online at any given time when you happen to be online... well, it feels kinda lonely. You're definitely not going to ask the hardcore raiders if they wants to RP with you, now are you? Especially if they happen to be, y'know... raiding.A single focus seems limiting, but it helps immensely in the long run. It unites like minds, and makes for an all-around better time, I think.
1-23-2011 @ 9:54AM
That is actually what I do like about my little-bit-of-everything guild. I'm a person who likes playing the game in several different ways, according to my mood, and I like trying some things occasionally that I wouldn't want to do all the time.I need people who are like-minded and will join me in my focus... the focus on doing all the things I like in WoW rather than just one or two. :)
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