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10-06-2011 @ 12:30AM
@Shatto.a I always ask the group beforehand. What sucks is when people are totally silent, or rude, which sadly, I've gotten a lot of in the past (with LFD, not the oldskool way). I'm excited, not a dbag.@Killik Shit! how long do you think I've got? I could probably do it in a couple of months, with the right people (schedules and playstyles and ironing out the kinks), ideally. But I think that is probably the shortest. As much as I love wow, I don't have the same amount of time to commit to it that I used to. Certainly not as much as I want.@ V Magius That is more or less the plan. I would really love to get a group interested in working it all out. I know a few people who would love to join me, but we still do not a full group make. I don't think I could pull it off in a pug, I know that people have, but I'm not really planning on raiding (much if any at all), so I don't have as large of a pool of gear to work with. But I think that is a very good suggestion.
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