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7-16-2008 @ 2:22AM
For our progression raids, we simply say "no alts, unless the Raid Leader asks you to bring an alt". This means that we don't have to worry about having second rate alts in the group, and if we need, say, a hunter instead of a warrior, then the warrior can take his hunter alt, assuming it's geared well enough.We had a time when people were signing up to raids with alts that arguably could perform well in the instance we were going to, but as officers (who also play alts) we think it's easier to make progress if each player focuses on having one character to improve.As for loot, we've got the "simple" rule: main onspec > main offspec > alt onspec > alt offspecWe also use EPGP, which is quite a nice system.
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