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10-27-2008 @ 10:53PM
I think basically you have to look at whether these guys are filling up any gaps you got in your raid group. If so then fine.But if not, then you will just be pissing off someone in your guild - maybe an aspiring tank who has been working his arse off farming BOJ or pugging to get gear, or a healer who is proud to have just reached the +spell requirements or a dps who helped others in the guild farm kara, maggy and gruul to get gear and has been waiting for you all to catch up. If any of these people ever lost a raid spot to the new-comers then they will /gquit faster than you can say 'screw you!'. Now perhaps if the new people come in and understand that they will only progression raid when one of the old crew is not available and your expectation is that they will help lower geared members improve through farming and that over time they will come to be accepted based on their skills and friendship, then fine. But that's a big if.Personally, I'd pass. I've seen enough guilds blow up due to this stuff. Good guilds are all mates. Bad guilds are all about gear and status, I think it's a simple as that.
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