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11-16-2011 @ 5:58PM
I didn't say it wouldn't work, I said I wouldn't recommend it. IMO 25s work better for casual guilds, assuming your GM and recruitment officer can keep your roster at the right level. In a 10, you generally need to pay at least rudimentary concern for raid comp, in a 25man, you're pretty much guaranteed to be able to do what you need to do with who you get. (especially if several of you are alt-o-halics)In a 25, whatever drops can generally be used by someone, which makes people generally happier than showing up to a raid and seeing stuff get repeatedly sharded.Considering you're just hoping people show up, and generally later in the tier people get bored and stop showing up, if you plan on doing 25 and don't have enough people, you can break down into 2 10s or worst case a single 10. In my guild, on scheduled nights, there's ALWAYS a raid. Also, we can have a bench of people without people feeling they get sat out every other raid.@Edymnion: My guild is exactly like that, and I'm sure we're not the only ones. I'm assuming that it's against the rules to post a link to our website or I'd link it. I'd suggest either trolling the wow recruitment forums or put up a post there stating what you want, and review the pages of guild spam you'll get.
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