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12-07-2009 @ 1:53PM
I run in a fairly large but laid back guild that allows any member to start up their own raid group and when I hit the issue you described above i just decided to start my own raid to side step the issue. Our raid is currently about to move into ToC 10 and then the Icecrown raids and it has been both a great learning experience for me as a tank and a raid leader as well as a lot of fun progressing through the content in Ulduaar. I understand that for smaller guilds this may not be an option as you don't have enough players to fill up multiple raids but then maybe you need to be thinking about moving to a larger guild that gives you more opportunities.
12-07-2009 @ 3:12PM
Ahh, good times in Ulduaar.
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