Re: Official World of Warcraft Thread
Guilds can shield you from the general public of WoW.
I agree with Sammy. If you have a guild (a functional one that raids), they put raids on the calendar, you sign up and all you have to do once at the level cap is show up, do the raid, log off and that's it. There's nothing else to do, really, except dailies...maybe.
That limits your interaction with the poor general populace of WoW. Guild members are "cool" and you only hang with them. You port right to the instance in most cases, so you don't even have to deal with all the zone chat.
Having to deal with idiots, for the rest of us, is part of the game and is one of the reasons I'm done with it.
The WoW community was horrible to being with and has only gotten worse.