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3-16-2012 @ 12:49PM
Your article does hit a major point about activity in the game. I have to admit at first that I was a little peeved at first because it made it seem as "Finally there is a GOOD Leveling Guild".I am the Guild Leader for WoW the Musical on Shandris and we do all that and have been for over 5 years. Our Motto since I took over 4 years ago has been "NO Drama" and it is strictly enforced.We help people level and give them a safe enviroment to play in. If we have some one in the same level range we will join up with them and try to get them on mumble to help explain some of the little things in the game. If they are looking for a answer, we help them with it and then point them to several sites on where to find more answers like wow insider rookie guide, wowhead, maxdps, elitist jerks and so on.I completely agree on the problem of NEW guilds popping up and not being very helpful. If one is looking for a leveling or social guild, first thing to look for is how long have they been around and that will be a good starting point. Do they have a website? This shows they are making an effort to get information out to the members. Do not just bring your main in, take an alt and try them out first. It can be hard to find the right fit but they are out there.
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