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What does a PUG group need to be successful?
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Title. Trying to start a pug group for people of most skill levels (Newcomer and Invite need their own groups imo.) What should a PUG group have to be successful? Should the whitelist be stricter to reduce people's ability to throw? Offclassing rules? Let me know what you all think.

Title. Trying to start a pug group for people of most skill levels (Newcomer and Invite need their own groups imo.) What should a PUG group have to be successful? Should the whitelist be stricter to reduce people's ability to throw? Offclassing rules? Let me know what you all think.
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ban rkt

ban rkt
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Gonna state the obvious and say you probably need people, but since the pug-able community as small as it is, you probably need to up the perks. Now if you promise a free e-girlfriend for everyone that joins, you're 100% in

Gonna state the obvious and say you probably need people, but since the pug-able community as small as it is, you probably need to up the perks. Now if you promise a free e-girlfriend for everyone that joins, you're 100% in
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you need to hit the balance between goofy and serious, most people don't want to play pugs that are just troll fests, but people also don't want to try as hard as they can. at lower levels you need to make sure that skill disparity doesn't get out of hand because lower level players are going to stop coming into pugs that have higher level players there, because it is not fun to get stomped in pugs. you also need competent people running them who can ensure the above two things are managed properly, and then find people who want to play in them.

you need to hit the balance between goofy and serious, most people don't want to play pugs that are just troll fests, but people also don't want to try as hard as they can. at lower levels you need to make sure that skill disparity doesn't get out of hand because lower level players are going to stop coming into pugs that have higher level players there, because it is not fun to get stomped in pugs. you also need competent people running them who can ensure the above two things are managed properly, and then find people who want to play in them.
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Air_you need to hit the balance between goofy and serious, most people don't want to play pugs that are just troll fests, but people also don't want to try as hard as they can. at lower levels you need to make sure that skill disparity doesn't get out of hand because lower level players are going to stop coming into pugs that have higher level players there, because it is not fun to get stomped in pugs. you also need competent people running them who can ensure the above two things are managed properly, and then find people who want to play in them.

auur has it pretty spot on tbh.

[quote=Air_]you need to hit the balance between goofy and serious, most people don't want to play pugs that are just troll fests, but people also don't want to try as hard as they can. at lower levels you need to make sure that skill disparity doesn't get out of hand because lower level players are going to stop coming into pugs that have higher level players there, because it is not fun to get stomped in pugs. you also need competent people running them who can ensure the above two things are managed properly, and then find people who want to play in them.[/quote]

auur has it pretty spot on tbh.
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