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9-22-2011 @ 5:59PM
Those are hardly his only options. I garuntee you that there's guilds looking for a mage on Blackrock. There's pugs going every day on that server. It's the second most populous server in the game, and even on Alliance side, there's more players there than the total population of most medium servers. There's always the option to lead your own group. While it may of been a daunting proposition last week, with the nerfs, it's now about as easy as Naxx 10. Not knowing the encounters is not an excuse, there's dozens of sites that show video guides on how to handle every aspect of every encounter from normal shannox to heroic rag. Not to mention that the new dungeon journal tells you exactly what every boss does. Leadership has never required less effort.There's also the question of what he defines as a sucessful guild. If he's in a sub 370 ilevel set and is apping to 6/7H guilds, of course he's going to be shot down. He needs to set his sights on a managable level.Further complicating things is the fact that we don't know what his toon actually looks like. If he's got unenchanted items, poor reforging, or an obviously bad spec, even non heroic guilds are likely to reject him.In fact a cursory look at the server reveals 14 guilds actively raiding heroic firelands, including the number one guild on each faction, that are all actively recruiting mages specifically, and over 30 guilds at various stages of normal progression that need mages. If there's that much demand for a mage, and he's still getting rejected, then he needs to look at his character and see what he can do to improve it, because there's no way that a 4/7 normal guild is rejecting him solely because he doesn't have at least 6/7 normal down on his mage.
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