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3-14-2012 @ 8:48AM
"How many people actually maintained long term friendships with random PuG's from trade chat? I'm sure more than a few did, but probably not the majority."This is how I found new guild members, or new guilds found me. I distinctly remember meeting the guild leader of the best guild I was ever in through a Zul'Farak run where we were both on alts. "Wow dude, you know how to LoS, that's a skill not many tanks have these days, look me up again, hey?"Or some of my best friends that I met in TBC while running lower city rep runs. Meeting people in PuGs let you see how they played, chat them up, see how they act when things get rough... It disturbs me when I zone into instance and no one talks. They don't even say hello anymore, it's just a wall of silence. Gives me the creeps... And it's kind of depressing. I'm one that misses the community.
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