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8-29-2011 @ 2:04PM
I agree. You can't force social interaction. Frankly, I could give a rats arse who says 'grats' and who doesn't. Do I like some acknowledgement when I get something cool? Sure. Who doesn't. I run a small social guild as well and it amuses me to no end that probably half my guildies are fairly 'quiet' people. Most of my officers are the ones that drive social interactions but when I am not on I have heard it is fairly quiet. Since the looking for dungeon feature came out we have expanded probably 200%. Many of the players who request to join say they want a social/friendly guild yet this doesn't always materialize in guild chatter. It's ok. It's there if you want it. Most nights we have lots of fun talk. Sometimes if people are running dungeons or questing hard, it can be quiet. That being said, I am the type of player that will stop what I am doing, if soloing to say grats or respond to a question/comment. However, If I am questing with a group or in a dungeon, my full attention needs to be directed towards that group. I also suck at typing and playing and have died/drowned doing both :p
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