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April 22nd, 2012, 22:27
LOL : http://forums.ddo.com/showthread.php?t=369961
The game thinks, hirelings are guild members ?
(Don't know if it is actually true, but it just sounds too funny )

Quoting myself from the DDO forums :

Aside from all this, I tried to kind of lead a group today. It came kind of unexpected. The Red Fens slayer group I was in didn't quite know what to do (or so it appeared to me), and one asked if not doing "Fathom The Depths". I really don't know if I was the only one who already knew this quest (I still have my doubts about it), but we wen in, and I tried to explain everything I knew. I couldn't give military way irections because I had done it only once so far.

And I must say, everything worked much better than I had hoped ! We had a few deaths, but apart from that it went much better than when I had done this quest before.

The best thing, however, was a lone ranger kiting the "Treasure Guard" all of his own ! No that was impressive ! - But it took a long, long time, too. Then another player joined, and I don't quite remember what he played But he managed to give the Treasure Guard a lot of damage, too !

In the end we had won. and the ranger finally picked up the soul stones of me (ranger, too) and the barbarian.

This is a special feeling : I feel kind of proud they managed to do it, like a group of people I had taught everything I knew.

I doubt, however, if I could do it again. But now I at least know that I can try it - at least when I'm needed. Because usually in PUG there is always someone ho already knows it better.
Any intelligent fool can make things bigger, more complex, and more violent. It takes a touch of genius and a lot of courage to move in the opposite direction. (E.F.Schumacher, Economist, Source)
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