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1-22-2007 @ 3:14PM
I think that, honestly, if you are a part of a raid-heavy guild or other alliance that raids regularly, you should be acting (and therefore choosing the Tier sets) in the interest of the guild. If the group raids, but isn't taking it extremely seriously, or if you're an infrequent raider in the guild, the player can generally choose how he wants his Tier to build.Raid-heavy guilds and alliances depend heavily on everyone taking an assigned role and doing it to the best of their ability. These groups are desgined to remove the individual agendas to an extent in order for teh group as a whole to achieve things quicker or for bragging rights. In this spirit, when you become a heavy raider with a group of dedicated people, you owe the other members to fufill your specified role first, and your personal wants later.However, I'd think that if you're a second-string raid guy, only because you really don't want to raid 5 out of the 7 days of the week or some such schedule, you are free to pursue a Tier 4 & 5 set of your choice, since you are not trying to contribute to a greater group most of the time.
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