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7-01-2011 @ 10:43AM
We actually hit the other side of this. Had a couple in the raid team that broke up. Even though they promised that it would not affect their raiding, one eventually stopped logging on and the other became very unreliable. Oversleeping, showing up late, multitude of excuses, etc... Anyhow it truly sucks to lose friends you have been so used to raiding with, but as a raid leader you have to make a hard decission sometimes. If you dont your entire raid will suffer and eventually players will leave for failure to keep a raid together.The one player has been replaced and the other has been motivated to return on a probation period. We have set rules now about attendance. We are also motivating attendance by allowing players with 100% attendance / on time to roll on a set of 4 living embers each time we get to that point. Reseting the list each time we get that much.Overall you got to consider the goals of the team. Pugs do not get progression done, and you got to make hard decissions to replace sooner than later.
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