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7-01-2011 @ 3:17PM
Casual does have several meanings but a "casual raiding guild" typically still has an expectation that you show up on time/at all for raid nights, just because, otherwise, you don't raid. If it was a Social-Casual guild that had sign-up or pick-up raids, on the other hand, there probably wouldn't be an expectation of attendance every week. The characterization of the guild as a "raiding guild" is what really defines it, the casual is a descriptor that indicates a) the mood while raid (not intensive/competitive, generally), and/or b) the number of hours spent raiding either at a time or in general.
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