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5-26-2008 @ 11:10AM
The problem is pretty simple:"Casual" raids simply can't do 25-mans. If people can't commit to a set raiding schedule, then one of 2 things needs to happen for you to actually put a raid together:1:) You need to be extremely lucky and have just about everyone turn up on the same night. This rarely happens, and you would be lucky to raid once a month.2:) You need to have a roster of 50-100 people to be able to fill a raid. This of course means that at times where more than usual people are available, a lot are going to miss out. Those that miss out will eventually get sick of not raiding and leave their guild.It's pretty much impossible to have a casual schedule and raid 25-man content because of this. That's a different thing entirely to being a guild that only raids 2 days a week on set days. That's not "casual", just a guild that raids less often.If you are only available 2 days a week then you need to find a guild that raids on those 2 days a week. If those 2 days are weird ones like Monday and Thursday you are just going to be out of luck, sorry.
5-27-2008 @ 4:04AM
I believe that the only way that all WoW players (Regardless of how casual they are) be able to experience and enjoy the raiding content with 0% pressure is that if they can raid with NPC characters with player customized AI rather than with human players, just a thought.
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