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1-30-2012 @ 10:25AM
I've found the Guild Finder very helpful myself. While it's not the greatest tool for guilds to find members, when you're not part of a guild it can give you a good idea of what the various guilds have to offer and what they expect from members. If you see one or two guilds you like the look of, typing /who and the guild name will give you a list of who's online. From there you can whisper members and ask them for more information or if you can be invited in.I have noticed that low level guilds seem more "fun" than higher level guilds, mostly because they're the ones that are striving to gain more levels.
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