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1-05-2009 @ 11:55PM
My old guild had a pretty good way for swapping players around, granted it probably works best for 10 man. Basicly, what every player does is make a bit of a wish list of all the gear they'd like from the bosses that we can get around to killing. From there, we simply rotate the players whenever we reach a certain boss. Sure, it makes for slower raids, but everyone is happy.In any case, if that letter is true, that guild is gonna run into alot of problems very soon. Sure, he'll have good geared main and off tank, but if either of them cant make it for some reason, the whole raid is gonna be bad. At that point, he'll see downside to his selfishness. If the sender decides to stay in that guild, that'd be the time to rub it in. Still, i rather not see it in the next guild watch article, so if it were up to me, i'd leave that guild. Although its not as bad as before, guilds always have need for a good tanks and a good player.
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