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9-06-2009 @ 10:41AM
My guild officers told me we are not allowed to PUG raids, yet the only people that ever go on guilds runs to raid are the core group of progression raiders. So, the rest of us just sit around and never get invited into the raids. I do more DPS than half the "progression" group. It's complete bullshit. If they were allowing us to go on raids, I could understand not PUGing, but that's not the case. They tell us we shouldn't be locked out in case they need a backup, yet in the last 6 months, they have never once needed a sub.When they pay my subscription fee, they can tell me I am not allowed to PUG. In the meantime, LF guild that doesn't suck.
9-06-2009 @ 11:41AM
More power to you. Probably should have jumped ship four months back, IMO.
9-06-2009 @ 2:45PM
sounds like your guild is treating you like filler. Telling you not to raid yet, they already have a set raiding team. They want to keep you unsaved just in case one of their regulars can't make it one night.While thats great for them, it sucks for the "filler" people. My best suggestion is to /gquit and find a guild that lets you be active and raid with them.I had this happen to me recently upon changing to a new realm, I found a guild that seemed like really nice people and pretty well progressed, but after a month there I realized I was just filler. I was the healer available to them if one of their 'team' didn't show up. umm.. No thanks. About a week later I went on a VOA pug. The raid leader seemed nice, so after the pug I looked up the guild's website pretty much on a whim. Turns out I found myself a fantastic guild.So my advice to you is, /gquit the guild that won't let you raid with them, start pugging and mingle with the other players on your realm, pugging is a great recruiting tool for guilds, and if you're guildless the are more likely to chat you up about joining their guild.I think this all goes back to why alot of guildleaders don't want their members pugging raids. Every pug they go on you run the risk they will dip and go to another guild.
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