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3-01-2010 @ 3:10PM
Pugging is actually not that bad of an idea, starting from a core group of competant in-guild raiders. Having your bases covered with guildies (main tank, heals) is a definite plus. Have a semi-fixed raiding schedule, advertise, and befriend other competant pugs that you come across. Create a private chat channel so that your pugs have a way of communicating with your guild. Have fair rules regarding loot, but also fair rules for quality control so that you can maintain a competant raid. Many people looking for pugs are actually very competant people who have found themselves out of the main core of raiders in their own guild, or because of schedule conflicts and such. Creating a quality pool of players will be hard at first, but will become easier as you meet more people and build your pool of pugs. In-guild attendance will go up as they will quickly find out that the raid will happen regardless of them logging in or not. Eventually you will find recruits from this pool as well.
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