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5-14-2010 @ 3:54PM
I would just take the hit and do a /roll. I had a guild that had a convoluted system such that the guild founders got all the loot, and in that case it made MUCH more sense to PUG, since you had literally no chance to get loot with the guild. Needless to say I left the guild quickly. It's not all about loot, but their system made it clear it was all about seniority. Any guild that penalizes their members and rewards PUGers has their priorities screwed up. Lastly you need to figure out as a group if you want to A) raid or B) lose some loot to PUGers. Anything else isn't fair. We had a RL who refused to PUG, so shockingly only 1 out of 10 raids would actually run. Needless to say that situation resolved itself when the 5-6 people who actually cared about raiding left the guild.
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