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6-26-2010 @ 3:11PM
"People raid for different reasons. Some want progression, some want rep, or gold, or gear, or achievements or (frequently) some combination of those. A solid raid leader takes the needs of the entire raid into consideration and tries to keep everybody happy." and "Raid leaders make the tough calls for the sake of the raid so the rest of us don't have to." Can be contradictory. If some people want to progress and others just want to get as far as they can and go in with a "hey, what's the big deal?" attitude it makes things a LOT harder. So I'll add another one here: A good raid leader puts together a raid with similar goals and attitudes. Putting the progression minded folks in with the 'hey, let's not worry about wipes" folks is a recipe for drama. If you can, run those people in different raids.
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