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10-12-2009 @ 1:29PM
In my guild the raid invite usually goes on the calendar a week in advance. Most people can get into the raid. A day before the raid the invite is locked and the roster of who is accepted to the raid and what role they'll be playing is posted. At this time the Standby priority list is also declared. You can then request standby or decline if your availablity changes. Yes we will sit between 5 and 7 people on standby (getting 1/2 the rewards that the in-raid people are getting) but it ensures that we have the ability to swap out someone for a difficult pull or whatnot.In my opinion this is better rather than being online and ninja-invited if the raid leader feels like inviting you. It gives people the opportunity to say "No, I'm not raiding this week", "Yes I want to raid, but I acknowledge that I may not get in this week".
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