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10-12-2009 @ 1:12PM
So far as loot goes, I highly recommend Shroud. It's a very fair system overall, and doesn't make loot totally inaccessible to new guild members.As far as raid slots, our officers evaluate players' performance to determine their rank within the guild. That's based on skill, availability, etc. We use that to determine priority for raid slots.
10-12-2009 @ 1:29PM
Another incentive to keep signups going, even when a raid is in progress: Our guild leader gives Shroud points to standby members who complete Heroics during the course of the raid. Frequently, this will help get some of our newer members through dungeons for gear, as well as collecting conquest badges to gear up the folks who are on standby. (Plus it gives them extra Shroud points without being in the raid!) Last week, we had a few motivated standby people who ended up with more points from doing Heroics during the raid, than the raid did from doing ToC. It's a pretty nice deal, and keeps people pretty satisfied.
10-12-2009 @ 1:30PM
Seriously? I got voted down? Read past the first sentence! I addressed the topic at hand!God, you people are so fast on the thumbs-down button sometimes.
10-12-2009 @ 3:16PM
LOL I voted you up!
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