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7-27-2009 @ 11:51PM
I think the reason people get angry is because raiding isn't a 30-minute affair. Some people have to actually schedule it. Being married with no children, I have to schedule for raiding, and make sure I don't have plans with my wife or friends. If I put a 3-4 hour block of time on a weeknight or a day or two on the weekend, I clear my schedule, and then log in to find that they aren't taking me to the raid, of course I am going to be pissed.That being said, there IS something that "S" could do to help the problem..Use the Rank system in the guild. GM/Officer/Core Raiders get guaranteed slots if they accept and show up to a calendar invite on time. The rest, you fill in as necessary, taking several things into account, like attendance, preparedness, time in guild/rank, and class performance. These should all be factors used to determine guild rank to begin with.Late logging in for an invite you accepted?Didn't bring enough flasks?Forgot to bring required reagents?Each infraction is a strike, and 3 strikes demotes you a rank. Make it harder to gain rank than to lose it.You will have recruited enough people for a 2nd 25-man Ulduar group by the time you have "too many" of the top ranks completely filling your first 25-man.
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