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7-16-2009 @ 3:50PM
My favorite officer layout for semi-large raiding guilds is GL (obviously), with 2-3 RLs (who usually also have about the same power as the GL so they can fill in if the GL is offline), then a handful of officers (generally one from each roll i.e. tanking/healing and occasionally a simply exceptional player). These people make up the loot council and are the go-to people for guild problems. Just below them, however, you also have a rank of experienced raiders and/or class officers. Rather than approaching these people about guild problems, these are the people you'd talk to about what they should be doing in a certain encounter to maximize your dps, or to bounce new ideas for talent specs off of so the GL isn't constantly spammed.
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