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6-15-2009 @ 4:34PM
My guild is ranked second on my server in Guildox's 10-man strict rankings. We will be first when we do Iron Council hard mode, as we've beaten Yogg Saron and done Deconstructor and Thorim hard modes.Our guild has 10-13 serious raiders. We all know each other, our strengths and weaknesses, our voices on Vent, our playstyle, our needs and wants. We default to each other, we pass gear along when it's for the best for someone else who's wanting. I'm not saying this does not exist in 25-man guilds, but when I was in a 40-man guild back in Vanilla, I only talked to maybe 5 people.Why do we run 10-man? We like the people in our guild. We're not hard to get along with, but we... how should I put this? We want to be serious, and it is hard to get people who are serious and on our level. We gripe and moan about 25-man gear, but we go on and get 10s done. Heck, lots of BiS loot comes from 10-man hard modes, so we're on our way. Some of us pug 25-man Ulduar/Emalon for badges, as we pugged 25-man Naxx for loot and badges. I know I personally try my best to improve my gear as much as I can, because I ~am 20% of our DPS, as someone said above.I know I'm not happy as a raider unless I'm pushing myself to do the best I can, be that 10s or 25s. So what difference does it make, how many people we bring in?
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