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11-30-2009 @ 1:35PM
Ooh, good ideas! I've never had a guild send me thank you notes, but that's okay. :)The other thing (just occured to me), is that if you don't have a vent or TS channel, you should get one. And it should probably be the one that most people have on your server (on my server, it's Vent).The reason I say this is that in the past couple weeks since I started really put-raiding, I've noticed that there are two types of pug-raids.The first is the group that gets together, the leader types out, "Everyone know their jobs? Okay, go!" And then we falter and people drop out and it'll generally be bad.The second type is the group where you are invited onto their vent server and the leader starts by asking anyone who hasn't done the raid to whisper them so he/she knows how much to explain, then goes over loot rules and is talkative (but calm) throughout the raid. I mean, like explaining what went right and what went wrong and stuff. Like Scott says - treating the raid like a serious raid. What I'm trying to say is that as a raid-pugger, I can tell immediately what kind of raid it will be by how the leader starts out - and if they are serious enough to set up a vent server for communication, the odds are in their favor. Just another suggestion. ;)
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