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2-27-2012 @ 6:07PM
Having my mains in the RP guild I've been fighting to rebuild and grow means, to raid with my friends in our sister guild, we miss out on guild perks, on guild achievements, and one guild is leveling far slower than the other. I am still really ambivalent about the guild leveling system due to what it does to new or niche guild concepts, and the people in them who want to raid with friends.Luckily most of the people I know do just want to get together and have fun, whether it be at a RP event or running a raid, and screw the guild tags and subsequent achievements (though it's always nice to get them too on random occasions). While the support to go run dungeons or raids with folks you know is nice, most people play with or know more folks than just their current guildies, even in family/friends guilds.People are why I still play WoW. The content's nice, I enjoy the story bits, I like beating up pixels to unwind, but I can get that from any game. The social aspect of WoW is what keeps me subscribed, and my social circle is more than my guildmates.
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