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2-07-2012 @ 9:19AM
I think...well, I'm the girl that wishes we were a progression guild when we aren't ^^; . I have my group of boys that we whisper back and forth expressing our desire that people wouldn't afk randomly and need a bio break between every attempt, and that just once could we maybe have someone actually have watched the videos besides us?We aren't progression, though, and never will be. All four of us know that our schedules won't lets us commit to a real raiding guild, and we like the people we run with even when they drive us crazy. I'm also the one (and only one, ha ha) who follows WoW Insider religiously, so I'm the only one that knows about upcoming changes, how they work, when to expect the next new patch, and so on.Silly guildies.
2-07-2012 @ 10:49AM
I must say that if you guys want to be a raiding guild you can. My guild (shameless guild plug :) ) Casual Hardcore - Maelstrom, only raids once a week. 1 day... for 3-4 hours...and we are 1/8 Heroic in DS. I know of another guild as well that runs a similar schedule except that they only raid one day for no more than 3 hours. They are 8/8 Normal and were 2% from their first heroic kill last night. My point is this: If you guys really want to raid, you can. Every raid takes a little work and scheduling is always an issue but if you can find a few more people who are committed, you can field a raid team that can progress into the end-game raiding tier.....even on 1 raid day a week. No back-breaking 4 day schedule. No 6 hours of raiding every night. No high pressure "Hardcore" mentality. Keep the faith. Keep trying to get the others involved. Post in the forums. Look in /trade. Recruiting sucks but give it a try. You will most likely find a few others willing to join. Do not get me wrong. We will not see a heroic Madness kill anytime soon. We will be lucky to get to 6/8 before the end of the expansion. The one drawback with raiding only happening one day a week is it leaves little time for practice. We still get together to have fun and that's what counts in the end...that we have fun.Good Luck and Happy Hunting!!
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