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11-30-2007 @ 1:13PM
I'm in a mid-sized casual guild working on SSC/TK and see it cut both ways. I also think that in the end, it is probably a healthy thing for us. We usually need a couple of guest raiders to get the class balances right for 25 man raids, which works great for people from guilds that just aren't big enough to do 25 mans: we get the extra classes we need, they get to learn some new content, and we let them roll on the drops. As you might imagine, some of these folks approach us about joining. By the same token, many of our top raiders have been guests of other guilds for bosses we haven't downed yet and a few of them have subsequently moved on to guilds that were farther in the content. I think in the end this ebb and flow of players has probably made our guild a better place. The players who like the people and are here for the right reasons seem to stick around. The players who are focused on what kind of purples they've equipped or want to be in a top ranked guild move on; but it seems like those types of players caused the most drama, too, and we are probably better off without them.
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