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10-24-2011 @ 8:55PM
Ok, here's a question. Let's say you join a guild on the basis that they will be raiding weekend nights which works perfectly with your schedule. You're doing fine downing content for weeks when suddenly, the GM (who never joined a single run) changes the raid schedule on you without notice or asking you for your opinion. Now, you are stuck without a raid group on a server that doesn't offer a lot of weekend pugging. Would you stick it out due to no real alternatives in raiding or do you leave anyways and just hope for the best? This is my current dilemma and a transfer might sound easy but I do have close friends on this server so I'm not sure if I'm ready for that yet.
10-24-2011 @ 9:08PM
Are you raiding with your friends? Or is it a random guild? If it's your friends, I'd say talk to them and talk to the GM about this. Try to find a solution.If it's a random guild, then find a new server and guild to raid with, then make an alt on that server (With your friends I mean) to play with them when your not raiding.I hope that helps somehow. That's the best advice I'd give.Blessed be.
10-25-2011 @ 12:12AM
First of all, that is a shitty thing for a GM to do. If someone sets up a raid night in my guild, it's their baby- from looting to when they want to raid. If I set one up, it's on me. I would never mess with anyone's flow. Here is what I would do: 1. Talk to your friends and see what the deal is. 2. Talk to the other raiders and see what works for them- leave personal opinions aside and only mention that the schedule you were doing works best. 3. If it is ok, and people want to, make your own raid for the night you were raiding previously. If anyone has a problem with that, then that is your answer. 4. See if anyone wants to raid your current content on the night you want to. Check out forums or roll and alt and look for guilds recruiting for the times you want. 5. If none of these solutions fix the problem, you may want to find another server. I would diligently look into it before paying the money- unless you don't mind shelling out the cash to server hop.
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