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5-10-2011 @ 9:12AM
[Standard community has got to pewp in the last few years comment]I'm curious to know if Raid Leader, who I assume is in a fairly-established guild, is friendly with another guild. If s/he is, I would suggest doing what my guild does and set up a chat channel for folks between guilds to communicate, in the event RL's guild needs a position player in a raid (or vice-versa). The guild I'm in has been around and active since almost launch and because we have always considered ourselves a casual guild, we've never fully manned raids with any regularity (at least, my Horde guild is that way. Our sister Ally guild is much bigger and can always fill out raids of any size). We have two "allianced" guilds who share the chat channel with us, and when the subject of raids comes up all three guilds usually can help each other out by filling raid slots.Perhaps RL should just be blunt, tell these divas that they are not only recent invitees, but on a trial basis and (in the end) cut his/her losses when they leave. I cannot fathom why a leader would sacrifice the guild's happiness as a whole to accomidate a couple of new faces who clearly just want loot immediately, if not sooner. Be tactful and nice about it, but be prepared to find other folks who want to raid and can understand the need to rotate.
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