Jun 2nd 2008 5:24PM Dude, no need to get all retarded over it.
Apr 28th 2008 7:48PM It's definitely possible to raid successfully in woW with a limited amount of time, but it takes a lot of effort to keep things moving. The guild I'm an officer in, Casual Corps (Frostwolf Horde), raids just 6 hours a week, and in the 2 months we've been doing 25 mans we've reached 5/6 SSC, 3/4 TK and now 2 boses down in Mount Hyjal thanks to patch 2.4.
A lot of us have jobs, families, etc and really can only dedicate so many nights to a video game, so this was our best chance to see the rest of TBC.
Our philosophy is that we're a hard core raiding guild, 2 nights per week. Our goal is to see the rest of the game, and so our only option is to make sure we're focused enough to make the absolute most of our limited raid time. That means reigning in the people who waste everyone else's time. The environment this fosters doesn't sit well with every recruit that stops in, but so far I'm very happy with the results and having a great time.
Gogo casual guilds!