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7-27-2009 @ 12:26PM
The problem here is what if you've had a core of players who've raided together for months, and then suddenly there are new people and even though those core players are on, they are passed over for spots to get the new players into the raids.Now I agree that if you are a 25man guild and have significantly more than 25 players you need to have some sort of standby system in place, but from the sound of it, this is a guild that was basically a 10 man group that expanded. One would hope that the 10man core would be some of the best raiders. Why should they not get a spot if they are on on time?Until the guild stabilizes in members (45 is way to high). Those core members should be in every raid, with the extra slots given to the new recruits. The new members should understand that they were on a trial run, and if they didn't perform they would lose their raid spots. That the Officers could find out who was working and who wasn't and kick the people who arn't working out.The people who get mad and quit over not getting into every raid (assuming they are newer members) most likely shouldn't be in the guild anyway. The biggest thing is your officers need to be transparent about their invite policies.
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