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12-12-2011 @ 10:53AM
They should be. Raiding guilds are the bane of WoW. I have yet to see a serious raiding guild that wasn't full of elitist snobs that are convinced they are the holy chosen few "True WoW Players".Just look at any thread complaining about how the filthy unwashed masses are getting to see end-game content for examples. I was happy when they announced that 10 and 25 man would drop the same gear, because it was a blow to the raiding guilds. I was ecstatic when I heard about the raid finder, because it was a major blow to the raiding guilds.Maybe I'm wrong. Maybe there are raiding guilds out there that don't care what spec or build you're using. Maybe there are some out there that don't care if you will have to miss a raid or two. Maybe there are some that realize this is a game, not a job, and won't "fire you" for missing a day or not having absolute top of the line gear before you even join. But in my experience, they do, and they are quite snobbish about it. I've seen country clubs that are easier to get into than most "serious" raiding guilds.
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