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9-26-2011 @ 10:57AM
I actually agree with the advice to PUG, especially since often the people you PUG will end up being the people you've suggested to befriend (alts of competent raiding mains etc). That said, people who are already in an established guild are unlikely to leave theirs to join yours no matter how friendly or progressed you are - PUGs are often free agents for a reason (good or bad) and if they're good people/players and you invite them back, they might join the guild.
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