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12-07-2009 @ 3:23PM
Its actually kind of funny, the guild I am in, we have more tanks and heals then we do DPS as mains (as in literally out of 20 level 80s, 12ish are either tank or heals as main spec). No, not real numbers but just to give you an idea. We have to either PuG a DPS slot, or people have to go offspec. The way we fixed this was to setup a rotation. The leaderships thought on this was "we aren't paying your subscription fee, so we aren't going to tell you how to spec." With that being said, you aren't going to be able to tank every week because player A, B, C, and D wants to do it as well.So people got dualspec, and we are moving on. What does this mean? It means we are going to be a casual raiding guild as far as progression goes. We will have an "A" team of healers and tanks, but more importantly we all will have fun, and everyone will get to play a spec that they enjoy. So, we will not have a glass ceiling as far as roles go, but we may hit it for progression. It is a trade off we were willing to make as a guild though.
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