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7-16-2009 @ 3:23PM
I've found the idea of class officers a little antiquated. That would require 10 officers at a minimum, 12 if its not your RL and GL. Instead we try to focus on the functions or roles in WoW . Tanks, melee dps, ranged dps and healers. A much more manageable 6 officers is only required now and authority is clearly defined. Then again we share the responsibilities a little differently too. The RL defines the overall objectives and strategies but the tank officer still decides the best tank for the job and the healing officer still makes those assignments. It eases the burden on the leaders and the players.
7-16-2009 @ 3:46PM
ya but look but your ranged dps leader would have to know hunters, shamans, mages, locks.....priests!melee dps must know rogues, shamans, dks, warriors, palladins....etc.class leaders are legit in larger guilds.
7-16-2009 @ 7:13PM
It's the same Idea we function on in my guild. class leaders is a bit much, especially when you have lots of alts. I'm the GM/RL, but I also function as the 'class leader' for mages (I have a T7.5 geared one) druids (of all playstyles) and rogues (because feral dps is very similar to rogue dps). one of my officers functions as the leader for DKs and warlocks (for the same reason as me, he has two 80 alts). I can see the system working; if you know mages, for instance, after doing some research, learning the other casters (moonkin, ele shammies, locks and Spriests) really isn't that difficult; same goes for the other similar roles.As long as your officers do their research, the world becomes a better place.
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