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5-14-2010 @ 6:22PM
If you're guild is going to PUG some people in for raids make sure that the leadership has discussed a PUG loot policy beforehand. Most PUGs won't come along these days if they don't have an "equal" shot at the loot. They don't care that you have 23 other people that have been showing up daily and putting in the work to clear the instance. They don't care about your guild's loot system or who has what points or priority. If you tell them that their free to roll on loot that would have gone to off-specs or that no main spec wants/needs they'll tell you to go f%@&k off.Unfortunately letting PUGs roll for loot can cause bad-blood with your regular raiders especially if something is a big upgrade for one of your guildies and it ends up taken by a PUG. I've heard of a lot of drama coming from this situation, and Officers getting nasty tells from raiders over this situation. Sometimes core raiders will even /gquit over the perceived slight leaving the guild in a worse position then before the raid began.So, just make sure that everyone is clear on the loot rules in regards to PUGs just in case you're faced with a situation of PUGing people in or not raiding.
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