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9-13-2010 @ 2:11PM
"One other option is to suggest a break for the entire guild."This. Don't wait for people to start to get burnt out. Whenever the opportunity presents itself, take a break.I've learned this from my current guild leader, actually. Back when we were getting ready to tackle Sindy, we had a rough weekend. No big deal, everyone has rough weekends. But rather than taking a fresh stab at it the next weekend, he went further and declared the next weekend a non-raiding weekend. Likewise, this past weekend, several people were on vacation, so instead of trying to put something together, he just decided that this would be another non-raiding weekend. I think he tries to, if the opportunity presents itself, give us a weekend of non-raiding about once every 1.5-2 months. It works out amazingly.
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