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9-29-2008 @ 2:31PM
As a reluctant GL of my group of nuts (Yay Piscus Inferno on Kirin Tor!) I had to make a few similar decisions. In all honesty, I could probably find myself a spot in a larger raiding guild if I really wanted to. But here is what we did to get the ball rolling on raiding with a smaller, more casual guild.First, find yourself another (maybe two other) small casual guilds with similar attitudes to yours. I am sure among them you can find 10 or so folks who want to try out raiding. Form an alliance with them and possibly set up a GEM channel or something similar. Maybe even a website to sign up for raids. Remember to try and keep things simple. You will find with a lot of casual folks, you can get away with pretty loose loot rules (ours are kind of an extension of need over greed, no DKP or anything complex) and everyone will eventually get upgrades...or in our case, everyone will get lots of shards! ;)
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