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3-22-2010 @ 2:57PM
Unfortunately, you're stuck. If you don't PUG, you have no raid. Nobody gets loot.If you do PUG, you will lose some rolls to PUGs. That's how life goes. Maybe you'll meet some people who you want to extend a guild invite to, and thus expand your raider ranks so you don't need to PUG anymore.By handling this fairly, you make a good impression on people about your guild. That helps recruitment in the long term more then you think. If someone sees your guild has an opening and remembers "hey that was that cool group I downed 6 bosses and won a staff with", they're more likely to apply or recommend you to their friends then if they remember you as "those jerks who stiff people on loot." Word spreads, and a good reputation is highly valuable in the long term.The best thing you can do is use a policy like roll for mainspec, then offspec. After winning one mainspec roll, you lose priority to other people who haven't won yet (but if nobody wants it, you can keep winning). That way you won't have a PUG win four items over four guildies.
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