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6-13-2011 @ 10:10PM
IRONCLAD GUILDin the first place, the guild rules were too vague.guildies have to register their toons for official raids, together with their commitment that puts that as priority (including standby duty and or rotation policies). that ensures loot goes to main spec as first priority, alt spec 2nd. any toons not registered should then be available for 'casual' raids (unofficial).period.so what this means is, no guildie shall advertise about their casual raids on guild channels/etc. otherwise, go thru the standard approval process to make it official.what could happen:ppl can go behind the guild and run their own casual raids. so the guild will have to make a rule that they cannot recruit guildies for casual raids. everything is official or else.FLEXIBLE GUILDnow, in the event that a guild is flexible, ie allow anyone to run their own raids for guildies outside of the official raids, then situations as per post happens. then the guild council will have to advise the casual raid owners of their responsibilities to uphold the guild and not create a mess.what if the mess does not go away:tough luck. a flexible guild does not have the means to clear mess by rule but only by persuasion.IN THE WORST CASE SCENARIO FOR ALL GUILDSkick offenders out of guild.
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