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6-13-2011 @ 8:49PM
Boy, oh Boy does this sound familiar...I'm guessing the issue is going to be this:Some people will like the weeknight raid better. This may cause them to bring their "mains" to this run and to leave their alts for the weekend. It may even result in some people (particularly in a group of "casual" raiders) not having enough time for both runs and choosing to run the weeknight run instead of the weekend one.My opinion?Let them run it. Don't dictate to your guild how they have fun. If you say "no, don't run weeknight raids" then you'll have some members who will feel like you're being too controlling. Just let them run it. If it turns out that those raids are more fun and successful, so be it. If you change, then you become less of a "casual" guild and more of a progression based one.If you want to change your guild into a progression guild, then so be it but give your membership a heads up first, and maybe even provide them a "new" guild to go into with their friends if they don't like the idea of being told when they'll raid and who they'll raid with.Just my opinion, but it's a slippery slope you're headed down.
6-13-2011 @ 10:00PM
This, very much. Difficult position. As I said in my post a few posts down, I experienced this same issue.
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