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6-16-2011 @ 7:56PM
People who complain about raid organizers requiring some proof of competency or prior success - have rarely attempted to organize things themselves.Herding 24 (or 39) cats successfully through a maze filled with obstacles and fickle RNG while trying to maintain a semblance of raid comp, time efficiency and loot fairness you learn quickly that it becomes a lot easier if you're dealing with people who already know what's up.If you don't, then get in a guild or start your own. Make friends, find an entry level guild and start working your way up.Or continue to complain, I suppose.
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