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3-30-2009 @ 2:05PM
First, it is important to talk to them.
3-30-2009 @ 2:39PM
Was that a ninja first?I'm not even going to downrate it if it was, pretty creative.
3-30-2009 @ 7:16PM
Talk to them. Be straight-forward and address the guild as a whole. Explain you are upset about the progression and lack of focus in raid. Tell them if they do not perform, they will be demoted/not invited to next raid/docked dkp/or punished. Dont do the g-kicking just yet, it lowers guild morale big time. You have to follow through with your threats though. Examine recount and wws parses, find out who is doing bad and replace them (either through new recruits or different people available in the guild.Trust me, the competition and fear of being the "baddie who wipes raids" will either push your guild forward or cause it to implode. On the bright side, if it implodes -- that's kind of where youre at now, only when it comes time to disband it won't really be your fault since you tried but the under-performers were just too much dead weight to handle. If you succeed, then you succeed.
3-30-2009 @ 8:57PM
If they dont sign up for raid, they get last priority on loot for that raid. Say it and mean it. The players that do sign up will feel rewarded and the others will remember to sign up next time. Thats what we had to do and it worked. Alternately, just use the in game calendar system if people would feel happier doing that. It makes using a guild website for signups superfluous.
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