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1-05-2009 @ 1:43PM
I think that when he said any guildie that earned the slot, he is talking more then just gear. If the person shows enough desire to have full blues from questing and end level instances, they are geared to start the instance. If they are willing to work with the group well, then they will not drag on the group to finish the instance. Provided that you are a rotating "core" group that fills out the key roles - MH, MT, and a good DPS or two, depending on the rest of the raid - you should be able to pull a newbie or two through without a lot of issue.Gearing up later is even easier. If you have half the raid in full epics (avg ilvl 200+) the other half can be in greens, provided that they listen and don't stand in the fire, and attack the right targets. As the new raids drop, with more people in even higher gear going for badges, this makes it even easier to gear up.When you have a guild that is running Naxx well, gearing up a "third string player" is probably not an issue. Attitude should be what earns the spot, as that what will really determine if the person can play with the core raid.
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