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5-08-2011 @ 5:45AM
I can't sympathize at all with the article. Most of the PUGs I've had from the RDF were generally successful, especially after the 15% luck of the draw. I can count on one hand the number of PUGs that have failed after that. But then I again I've never actually experienced the 40-50 minute queues. (The longest I've experienced is 35 minutes during peak hours. On off-peak hours its more of 25 minutes) Heck, I've yet to encounter any of bigots, foul-mouthed people, braggarts, and other bad sorts. Most of the time its a silent run, marked only by questions of "r?", "everyone know fight?", and "sheep circle, sap star". I guess tanks go through a lot more groups of people so when they get a bad group it stays with you forever.
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