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2-19-2011 @ 12:56PM
There are plenty of methods like wowprogress or a server progression thread, but they all rely on self-reporting and pugs are basically impossible to track.Pugs are waaaaay down right now, obviously. Content is more difficult than the 30% ICC buff pugging people got used to and we aren't being showered in purples the second we hit 85, so people are more nervous about stepping into raids with strangers.Guilds might also be struggling from the transition between expansions. The transition can give rise to all sorts of drama: 10 vs 25, new players wanting a shot, old players resubbing and wanting their old spots back, leveling, rerolling, progression going slow because it's fresh, etc. Take your pick.
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