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3-22-2010 @ 3:23PM
You are angry at the wrong people, DK Tank.Loot going to people outside the guild is the price you pay for your guildmates not showing up for raids they signed up for.Without the PUGs, you'd be getting no loot at all.
3-22-2010 @ 4:43PM
Well, from your other posts, Ringo, you're obviously a pug. And yes, while it's true that the guild wouldn't be able to raid without you, the guild is the mostly organized component here. You're just going along for the ride. They're the ones determining what they need, often providing vent, and determining the strat. It's worth something.
3-22-2010 @ 5:31PM
I'm not a pug. I'm not sure what posts you've read that make you think that.I do most of my raiding nowadays through Leftovers on Silver Hand. I've been doing progression raiding since Ulduar. You can check out my profile here: http://leftoversraiding.org/roster/player.pl?character_name=Ringo
3-24-2010 @ 1:34PM
I'm not sure how you don't consider yourself a pug, exactly. I checked out your profile, (And by the way, the idea behind that site it great.. I really do wish we had something like that on Dalaran) Leftovers is essentially a pug agglutination site. "You have 3 sets of 3 people that know each other? Great, that's most of a 10 man. Let's do this."All I'm saying is that it takes most of the overhead out of running a raiding guild by making individuals responsible for their own showing, equipment and buffs. It's not the same situation as 9 people who make a conscious effort to organize and raid every week and are committed to the benefit of the guild through progression raiding. It's far more casual.
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