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10-25-2011 @ 9:51PM
To me, this reads as if the guild reader wants to raid, and nobody else really does. If the members really wanted to raid, then they would show up for raids. It sounds to me like you've got a social guild, and that the best solution is to drop the organized raids altogether. If you've got enough people on who want to raid, then go ahead. If not, then you can PuG the extras. You can recruit all the people you want, and you can have progression raiding, but remember they won't be YOUR people. It also seems like the leader has an exaggerated sense of his own importance. If you're guild really is a place for friends and family, it's not going to "fall apart" without him. They might not "do" anything (as in organized events) but they'd still have a place to socialize.
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