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8-17-2011 @ 9:09AM
Well.There goes the last vestiges of server community.*thumbs up*
8-17-2011 @ 9:13AM
And nothing of value was lost.
8-17-2011 @ 9:18AM
Yeah I'm sorry man. But I'd rather be more in touch with the larger WoW community than all the several thousand strangers on my server. Being able to play with my friends, coworkers, and other new WoW people I meet in real-life is more important to me than a community created by artificial technical limitations.
8-17-2011 @ 2:26PM
Not to mention the potential of using this feature as a guild to try out new recruits. Plop an app into your Real ID. Plop them into your raid. If they're bad, nobody has lost anything.And as a hardcore raider looking to go casual but catch an occasional alt raid to stay current (because I might want to go back to raiding someday), I have several former guildies that I could raid with on occasion using this feature. I'd personally like to move to a more heavily populated server if I was going to go casual (for better economy, etc.) and this feature would allow me to still hang out and raid with my friends on the less populated server.
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