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3-26-2012 @ 3:28PM
Our group's roster is just big enough that if everyone's signing up, we have a standby credit system. We sign up on the website, and if for whatever reason the raid lead can't get you in (guild composition, timing of signups, etc), and the player still shows up on raid night, on time and ready to go just in case, they get a credit for the next time we run that raid. For example: if we have 3 tanks sign up, only 2 of us go, the 3rd one gets a guaranteed slot next time, and another tank sits out on standby. It's way more common for DPS, though.People can also choose standby, in a "I kinda want to go, but may have other stuff going on/running late/others can go first/only if you need me to fill a space" way, but they don't get the credit for next week if they chose to standby.We have about 11-14 raiders at any given time, depending on real life and other games, so this system works well to help make sure people can get in to participate each week.
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