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5-12-2009 @ 6:07PM
my guild has about 250 members, however most of them are low level or alts. out of all those people we can barely squeeze out a naxx10 run each week. we have run naxx25 several times by pugging half-to-most of the group. the problem is this: we have almost enough people to do naxx25 runs. we have gear'd enough people to do uld10. but people sign up and don't show - a lot. the guild leader refuses to implement any form of consequences for these people because 'it's not fair to punish them for real life obligations.' i say that when i have real life obligations i don't sign up for runs, but she won't listen to me, or anyone else.we also had the opportunity to merge another guild of 80 people with ours, mostly 80s, to fill up these raid spots and put an end to our pug problem - she won't even consider it.i'm tired of gearing up pugs. i'm tired of people pugging, getting gear, then leaving for more progressive guilds. and while i don't mind helping people get gear to run higher content, i'm tired of not ever getting to that higher content myself.i want our guild to succeed and progress. what would you suggest?
5-12-2009 @ 8:00PM
Bloody coup. Seriously though, do any other raiders feel the same? Present a united front to your GM. If your GM is not going to listen to her raiders, then you are better served elsewhere. Go join the guild you wanted to partner with and take anyone you can with you. And when you leave, light the place on fire.
5-13-2009 @ 1:39AM
1) Show your leader this: http://thebigbearbutt.com/2009/05/08/answering-your-questions-about-raiding-rules-as-a-casual-guild/ 2) If she still does not react, get her to assign a raid leader team with power to distribute or withhold slots. 3) If she does not agree, say to her what you have said to us. 4) If that still doesn't help, she is obviously unfit to lead. Leave.
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