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12-12-2011 @ 1:12PM
Granted, I don't raid so I don't know exactly how legendaries work, but... would it be possible for you to join up with another guild (but NOT leaving yours) one night just to help them out with Firelands and finish up your staff, while still doing progression raiding with your own guild?
12-12-2011 @ 1:20PM
Getting Terecgosa completed awards a Guild Achievement and unlocks a minipet. Changing guilds would complete the quests, but for the other guild, not his long-time guild.
12-12-2011 @ 1:23PM
He said not changing guilds, plus one is already finished so the acheivement isn't a big deal.
12-12-2011 @ 1:47PM
Yes, assuming no one else in that guild is also at the same stage in the staff progression. I've gone with a friend's guild a couple of times when my regular raid was cancelled. You can also pug it.
12-12-2011 @ 1:57PM
The only issue there is that the guild you tag along with might also have someone on the same stage of the quest as you. This is a problem I'm having at the moment, being 93/250 on the final stage, with my guild not particularly interested in running Firelands any more. However, any attempts to join up with another guild's runs on the server are foiled due to many people being on the same stage as me.
12-12-2011 @ 2:30PM
> However, any attempts to join up with another guild's runs on the server are foiled due to many people being on the same stage as me.Get whatever manpower from your current guild (tank and heals are helpful) and lead the pug yourself. Form an alt run, form a fun drunken pug run. If you want legendaries, you have to work for them sometimes. Push, beg, lead, pug while the content's semi-current. You're going to be hardpressed to find people to run FL after MoP comes out.
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