tzt is really diverse in time committment and giving a shit levels, and skill as well. don't feel like we ever had a crew that would've been a ton of fun to ball around with on red99 just by ourselves, we'd all get pissed at each other while getting zerg or people-with-VP-gear squashed
also prob true
I think I'd have enjoyed the last stint more if we stuck w/ that <Red> guild you originally found, but I realize what I like is not what works for everyone.
I was in a small shitty 1-team guild on live, and what I liked about it was that when we did raids it actually felt like we were actively progressing together + everyone knew eachother + everyone was important.
This is in contrast to literally being a "warm body" for the 2000 person zerg guild where people in the same guild accidentally kill eachother and pve content is reduced to being completely trivial, so gearing up your character becomes a matter of consistent attendance (i.e., time spent mostly doing nothing but existing in the zone) rather than doing anything that was challenging or rewarding. You get to do this with a bunch of nameless retards that speak broken english, still think Chuck Norris jokes are funny, and run in circles while screaming about MQ hacks whenever someone attacks them in pvp.
I see posts like these (which are pretty spot on) and it warms my heart to see the more things change the more they stay the same.