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5-07-2008 @ 3:52PM
It depends, there's a fair amount of pride involved in raiding, and going outside the bounds of your guild can send bad messages everywhere.Raiding with other guilds can easily send the message that your guild is weak, falling apart, inadequate or attempting to piggy back off of other guilds, particularly if this is content your guild hasn't seen. It also sends a message to your guild that you are bored, unwilling to wait, or generally superior. These perceptions are probably far from the truth, but perception is important.My guild doesn't have a problem with people raiding with guilds that are similarly progressed or perhaps a bit behind us. So long as they make their reasons clear to us and to whomever they're raiding with (usually simply a matter of helping friends outside the guild, or because they didn't make our raids that week) we're generally fine with it.
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