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7-13-2011 @ 4:20PM
Ive kind of always wanted to try some Classic raiding since I wasn't around for it when it was relevant (started playing during Naxx40 and played off and on through BC, never getting to level cap until Wrath) but I can't imagine doing it for more than a couple months. The same raids over and over with no hope of new content . . . It's like ICC all over again. On a side note, I want to raid more on my NElf Druid but dont have the time to reliably dual-guild with my main Horde-side and the alliance side of my server is completely dead (10-15 people in stormwind during -peak- hours). Can anyone recommend a good alliance server with a strong pug scene?
7-13-2011 @ 4:47PM
I play on the Alliance side of Malygos, and it has a strong economy and lots of PUGs for both T11 and Firelands trash runs. Fair warning, though: Our Trade channel is... "robust." I have a high tolerance for asshattery, but even I end up on a mass /ignore streak from time to time. Just FYI :)
7-13-2011 @ 4:57PM
I play Horde-side on Area 52, ours is quite colorful as well. Thanks, I'll check it out tonight.
7-13-2011 @ 5:24PM
Medivh is a stable, friendly, and robust Alliance-heavy server with a vibrant raiding community. Medivh has been around since Vanilla WoW, and many of the same players who helped open the gates of Ahn'Qiraj (A world first!) are still playing today. While PvP can be a little dull, Medivh still has a strong showing in many other areas of WoW. PuGs run every day of the week, at all hours, and there are dozens of guilds actively recruiting all types of players, from the most casual, to the most bleeding-edge hardcore, from the solo-questers, to the mass-holiday groups. If you need any help, or have any questions, feel free to contact me in-game (Therosh).
7-13-2011 @ 7:22PM
Silver Hand has the best pug scene in the game. Check out www.leftoversraiding.org.
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