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3-03-2011 @ 6:55PM
Horror stories are just that: stories.After a single bad experience shortly after the Cata launch, I started queuing up again recently. I've been pugging for the past few weeks, and apart from the occasional ass, my groups have been competent and quiet, if not outright friendly. Maybe I'm just lucky, but I find it hard to believe that EVERYONE is getting terrible groups when I can pop into a random and heal a successful run almost every time. Sure, sometimes we wipe, but I've yet to zone into a heroic that I didn't finish. Except the time I had a power outage, but that was clearly no fault of my group.Of course, I still prefer guild groups, but that's more because I enjoy talking and playing with most of the folk in my guild than any fear of pugs.
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