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6-30-2008 @ 11:39AM
I think what it all comes down too is what role the leader holds in a given raid. If your raid leader is also your guilds main tank, and it is that way more times than not...you will obviously struggle to fill a 25 man with your main tank gone. If your raid leader was a DPSclass you could possibly do without them, but seeing as the raid leader/ main tank is running through and marking everything and making the pulls, with out him ...your raid group can easily suffer. My guild is lucky, our main tank is NOT our raid leader. We also have 3 different raid leaders, so if one or even 2 of them are gone, you still have that 1 guy that you know can push 24 of you through content. Maybe not "putting all your bread in one basket???" is a good way to fill raids when "the man" is absent.
6-30-2008 @ 12:35PM
"putting all your bread in one basket???" ??? is correct. It's eggs that don't all go in the same basket. You can put all the bread you want in one basket. No problem. But eggs definitely go in different baskets. Eggs are breakable, bread isn't.And heavy items like canned goods and water mellons don't go on top of eggs or bread.Grocery basketing 101.
6-30-2008 @ 1:21PM
I never expected to come onto WoW Insider and get schooled on grocery bagging. I guess stranger things have happened?
7-01-2008 @ 4:55PM
Bread isn't breakable? Interesting. I wonder where the phrase "breaking bread" came from then.
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