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5-04-2009 @ 6:38PM
I don't like to kick PUGs for several reasons. 1. A lot of our members used to be PUGs. We ran with them once, they liked our group, they joined. 2. Sometimes I have to go run outside the guild due to my schedule. And I would hate it, and remember eternally, if a guild just kicked me after having invited me without giving me a chance. 3. You don't want to encourage your guild members to have loose discipline. You have to drill it into them, that if they don't make it on time, somebody else will be happy to have their spot.That said, if you're a serious raiding guild, you probably want to schedule your events. And if you do PUG, you have to stick by your invites. (which should be people you know anyway) If you're not that serious though, then the easiest thing would be to disband. Have everyone in the guild leave the group, then just start a new one. This will give your guild a bad reputation if you do it a lot. But if you're not that serious to begin with, go for it.
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