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2-06-2012 @ 3:56PM
It's not just between guilds. EVE Online is a good example of this. People target a "corporation," learn it's ins and outs, and use that information to infiltrate them, kill their miners, etc. I recall reading a heist in which 3 guys (NOT a guild, just 3 friends) made up a story, false identities, and infiltrated a guild, all to get back at a single member of that corp. They gained his trust, lured him away from the safety of his group, made him give up his cargo and a lot of ISK, and then destroyed his ship.I know WoW's not hardcore, but don't assume people aren't going to meta-game, and don't assume it'll just be guild vs. guild. My guild's only a bit over a year old and we've had several run ins with it, and one WAS by a loner.
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