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1-30-2012 @ 4:46PM
25's are getting harder to fill spots for a couple of reasons. The declining WoW population is affecting every server, if you are on a low population server, good luck getting new recruits that have a high enough level of skill, and the schedule to replace lost members. The number of servers has spread the population thin. Back in the days where I had a server que time just to log in, there was little problem filling a 40 man raid. And there were multiple guilds on one server that were running MC/BWL/AQ/ZG. Now, most servers, have only a few 25man raiding guilds, comparatively speaking. Im not saying the logistical part of 25mans are not a headache, and the less loot for 25's isnt a problem either. I believe its the declining population with the too many servers that is causing a big part of this problem. Solution? Well, maybe combining some low population realms, or not having people pay for a server transfer. Which, I would never ever pay to have data moved. Itd be like having to pay 5 bucks every time I defragged my hard drive. Silly,silly.
1-30-2012 @ 4:58PM
You're forgetting something important: realm transferring. Any guild that is serious about raiding and/or recruiting, always recruits from off-server. If the guild refuses to put effort into recruitment, and instead throws up a realm forum post or updates their website, they won't be seeing applicants. Your would be sound back in the days where you were stuck on your realm, but most raiders transfer all over the place now when applying to guilds.
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