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12-22-2008 @ 8:27AM
A casual raiding guild (in terms of time invested vs success) is entirely possible and can be highly successful - it just requires that everyone involved be prepared to give their all in the small raid times you choose to organise.We raid only 2 nights a week - Tuesday and Sunday - for 4 hours (8pm-12pm which is hardly OTT for 2 nights out of your entire week) and had Naxx cleared in 2 raids, Sartharion (0 drakes) and Malygos down less than a week later. 4 raid nights so far in WOTLK, all content cleared. It is staggeringly simple as long as people understand the "do not stand in the AOE" zone. None of us had done Naxx pre-TBC (all instances @ 10 men) and most of us never saw beyond SSC/TK in TBC so we are not facing this with BT/SWP gear or any other advantage normal everyday players can obtain.Gathering 10 people together who can work well and who are prepared to focus for 4 hours twice a week means you can be extremely successful. It just requires a little effort on your raider's part; casual in terms of time invested can be done. Casual in terms of "people who want to put in 0 effort and not learn fight mechanics" cannot tbh.Väkis80 BE HunterFrostwhisper EUIn Her Honour Guildhttp://z13.invisionfree.com/InHerHonour/index.php?
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