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6-03-2011 @ 6:57PM
I've been in too many raiding guilds to count and I think the success of my current one is how well everyone gets along and how easily we all agree on raid conventions. It's pretty sweet. :D
6-03-2011 @ 9:42PM
this FTWmy current guild has it set for any new type of raider"On top of raid leaders, there are also new raiders to consider. Every time that a raid gains a new raider, it causes a disturbance in the social consensus of a group. Since each person has his or her own personal views on these matters, a new player different in views thus potentially changes the entire dynamic. Now, one person isn't going to usually have a huge impact on the social dynamic of a raid group -- but it is entirely possible."our GM tends to run everything - from the tiniest detailnew raiders cool with joing a raid and doing what he's told = raidernew raiders go random sugestions but not often - he gets "champion" status (listened to more - cause there good for options on awakward fightsnew raiders got opinions on fights - and sugests tactics etc - fast promo to officer(GM makes final decisions but he asks for options first)new raider wants us to do things his way - thats gone too far - he learns to do as GM says or he finsds a new guild
6-06-2011 @ 12:05PM
This seems to be my current guild as well. We have the GM/Raid lead and then we have class leaders and we all communicate pretty well with each other. Even when we have to pug someone or we pick up a new raider we explain our strat to them plain and clear and it works out 90% of the time.
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