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3-22-2010 @ 3:05PM
Our rules for PUGs in our raids...If we have to PUG in more than two people (we run ten-man content), we don't go. Exception, VoA et. al.We expect everyone to be polite and respectful.Main specs roll before off specs; other than that, if you were there for the fight, you get to roll.For our Guildmates, if you declined an advanced raid invite, marked yourself as tentative, or signed up but weren't available at raid time, you have until a PUG is found to replace you to keep your spot. Once a PUG person has been contacted and agreed to run, your spot in the raid is gone. This remains true even if you show up *BEFORE* the raid has actually started. Fair is fair.If you agree to PUG a raid with us, so far as return invites go, we consider your spot yours unless you say otherwise. We always discuss and set the time and date of the next raid before we end the raid. If you replaced a guild member who was unable to attend, the spot is still yours until the next reset.The raid id belongs to our guild. If we were the PUGs in your guild's raid, that's how we'd treat it, so that's how we expect you to treat it.Simple. Fair. No one has ever turned down a repeat invite.
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