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3-01-2012 @ 10:34AM
When I was looking for a hardmode guild when my old guild broke up a while back, I noticed that quite a lot of guilds were using this as a marketing technique .. "firelord's on 9 hours a week ..." I think I even saw one that said pre-nerf firelords on 8 hours a week..On one hand I was like wow, that's awesome what they can do in 2 days, most guilds take 3,4,5 days to accomplish.On the other hand, I was like wow .. no way in heck I would every apply to that guild, I can't stand being under that much pressure to perform even if it -is- 2 nights a week. Fast-Forward 6 months and I'm the GM of my own small guild. We've been consistently clearing a few HM's and all of DS in 6 hours a week, though are starting to push our 3rd night spent on old school raids to DS, so we can work on more HM's as a guild. I am both inspired by this post, and afraid of it too. It keeps me hopeful my small group will eventually get to a heroic madness kill on our 6-9 hours a week. On the other hand, I worry what others will come to think of us if we ever do. Gratz to the their guild, and their success.
3-01-2012 @ 11:29AM
HM madness is definitely possible. Remember that my guild was not anywhere near as skilled as we are today. It took almost a year of recruitment (filling spots when people quit the game or couldn't raid anymore). Make sure with every recruitment decision you make the guild better.
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