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2-21-2011 @ 10:01AM
Having 10 main in a raid group constantly is silly. Only that 10 for months? Never a change? So they can "become a family"? Kinda silly. You could again include all people in 2x10man groups who are willing to raid if you rotate a few people sometimes. It won't hurt anyone.
2-21-2011 @ 12:36PM
Yes and no. I still say there is nothing wrong with having the first 10 or so people who took the initiative and got geared/ready to raid. I run a casual/social guild but I would totally reward that kind of dedication. I would also use that to motivate the other players and say the second team will be made up as soon as they are ready too. The other thing I would do is make it clear to the guild that some people from the first group would be expected to help the other groups since they got the first crack at it. I may be silly here but it sounds like the guild is really laying the groundwork of the way it should be done. Good advice and good luck to the OP.
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