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12-23-2008 @ 10:53AM
I love my guild. It's a very small, close-knit, friends-and-family guild with near zero drama and a great atmosphere of helping each other while having a good time. We barely have 10 active members so raiding, even the 10-person raids, isn't on the schedule much at this point. Several of our members keep active alts on our old slightly larger "parent" guild which is more interested in raiding. Our cross-guild members get to experience more heroics and 10-person raids that way, while we get to stay connected and casual.25-person raids seem like a far distant insubstantial idea. I like the intimacy of our small guild so much that I can see it taking a LONG time before we regularly have 25 people on at a time. We very much have an enroll-the-player-not-the-missing-raid-slot kind of recruitment program.If the game designers ever included 40-person raids, I would hope that it would be to give those in large guilds that enjoy high end raiding a great optional experience/challenge, as opposed to creating something central to the game lore or that served as a source of ultra-uber gear that those like us would feel left out of.I like the directions and balances that the WOW developers are working toward. Hopefully we can look forward to more of the same as time goes on.
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