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7-18-2010 @ 7:06PM
I think it helps that our guild views it less as rewarding low attendance rates and more as making sure that everybody gets a chance to play. If you look at it from the casual group perspective, it would really suck for a player to finally have a raid night free to come play with their friends, but not be able to get a spot. Then they're left out for another month until they have another night free. It sounds crazy even to me when I try and look at it from a more hardcore raider point of view, but it works extremely well for our group.It probably helps as well that we generally don't have more than 1 or 2 extra signups for our runs, and we are very strict about our start times. If somebody hasn't shown up by 5 minutes after start time, the first person on the wait list gets their spot. So yes, folks with "low attendance" get priority for raid spots, but you still have to be ready, willing, and dedicated to the run.
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