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9-14-2011 @ 11:41PM
I'm just responding to your comment about a condescending attitude. I'm bringing up some of the issues that might make a classic guild not inclined to have higher levels and higher geared people tag along. We used to have open server runs when we did some of our classic and BC raids with anyone who wanted to come along. I stopped doing this when we got people who treated us as I mentioned. If you were nice and kind and polite, then the guild giving you attitude should re-examine why they will take higher levels with them if they aren't willing to treat them decently. It's my feeling that if you bring in someone who is in Firelands gear, they have just as much right to roll on gear as you do. If you don't want highly geared people, don't invite them. It's too bad the retro guilds aren't welcome on your server. While generally on the small side, I think they serve a vital niche in the game. It could be, on your server, those who have allowed highly geared people into their raids have had bad experiences and project that onto you. It will probably take some digging, but I'll bet you can find one that will accept you.
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