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2-16-2012 @ 9:32AM
"how amazing the hunter community is -- no other class has anything like this"Ahem....http://wow.joystiq.com/2008/04/29/shifting-perspectives-druids-just-wanna-have-fun/And yeah, we did it again the next year in Wrath. ;)
2-16-2012 @ 12:35PM
But the WHU does it constantly...go check out their videos of the different events. AFAIK, it's the largest single class guild in WoW that has regular events pretty much every other month. It's great when other classes band together and do things, but the reason things like the druids and the all DK raid group make news is because it's not that usual...go out there and make it usual! :D
2-16-2012 @ 2:46PM
WHU regularly raids current level content (for the cap, so level 70 raids) and classic rep runs. There is usually at least one a week scheduled if not more. As far as huge events that Frost does; those are farther between. But the guild is rarely empty and we have the WHU chat channel where leveling toons in the non-hunter guild DHS (Dead Hunter Society) will regularly ask for dps for randoms, raids, etc.
2-16-2012 @ 6:55PM
Checking out the video -- at least from what I saw it doesn't compare at all. It's a difference between a few dozen druids in an event vs a few *hundred* hunters in an event. It's the difference between a raid group attacking and an epic army swarming across the countryside.And the guild is active all the time, with events that big several times a year. I think it would be awesome if druids (or another class) had something like that, but a few dozen people playing world pvp is not in the same category as the WHU : )
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