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6-13-2011 @ 8:00PM
Seems like an odd situation, but different strokes for different guilds. "Official" raids? Goofy. Weekend raid for people who want to raid on weekends, weekday raids for people who want to raid on weekdays. If your guild doesn't have ten people who can raid on Tuesday, and you can only raid on Tuesday, find another raid team (or guild) to work with. Whatever.Does "official" mean "you raid at this time or you aren't in the guild"? I'm sure some guilds operate like that, but I don't want to be in that guild. I already have a job. I don't need a second one.
6-13-2011 @ 8:35PM
I think "official" in this case means that the guild officers are obliged to run a raid at that time every week, whereas an "unofficial" raid is more like a reoccurring PUG - you hope it will happen every week, but if the attendance is bad you don't feel upset that "your" raid was cancelled, because it's an optional thing for it to exist at all.
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