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8-16-2011 @ 8:08AM
Back when our guild raided, we always did it based on time--say, we put aside two to three hours for raiding--and we would keep to the time excluding rare cases (such as 1% wipes). And after those two to three hours were up, we would play some of our own custom games. The guild would use whatever guild funds it had left for the week after repairs to host little events. Usually these sorts of events would include buying little haliscan outfits, going into BGs, and walking throughout the battleground while still managing to win.Leftover gold would usually go to the MVP of the day, or whoever won the contest (walk with just a tabard through Ironforge, see who gets the furthest to the Bank, or whoever answers the most questions in a guild quiz, whoever catches the most fish in a guild fishing tournament...).There are a lot of events you can create for yourself in the game, and the festivities are only over when you run out of ideas.
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