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5-13-2008 @ 7:32AM
I disagree.I am an officer in a casual raiding guild. Our current raid leaders (we have 3 so we don't fall apart if only one can come to the raid) were all recruited straight out of hardcore guilds - albeit not straight into a Raid Leader position.Yes the progress is slower, but I think our Raid Leaders gain something else from being in our guild - a more friendly forgiving environment, less demanding raid times and a ton of appreciation and respect from our members.I would recommend keeping an eye out for "1. [General] LF casual raiding guild" and talk to those people. Ask them about what kind of guild they're looking for and what kind of raiding they've been doing. In 5 minutes you'll know if they're worth having on your team and be upfront about your guild and your progression. Be honest!Then promote from within when they have gained some respect/visibility in the guild. If they have what it takes to lead, it'll be apparent from the first raid/vent experience.Good luck. There are great players out there.
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