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10-12-2009 @ 1:10PM
Wow, great article! I think there are probably a lot of guilds in this situation right now; I know my guild is. As a GM myself, it's great to hear that there are equitable, non-clique-y answers out there. My guild has been having a hard time making sure that everyone has enough to do with other guildies, and so working out a "raid rotation" system like described here is something we're going to have to do.
10-12-2009 @ 6:31PM
Our guild is casual also and uses the first signed up goes first method but we also use templates and minimum gear scores to ensure we have the right mix and quality. When someone does not make the cut for the raid they are given an autoconfirm for the next raid they sign up and qualify for. We track who has autoconfirms in an officer only thread on our forums so there is no confusion.
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