Saturday, December 26, 2009

Bruski Raiding Syndicate Overview

1. Mission statement
3. Invites
4. Raiding guidelines

1: Mission statement:
a. Get Bruski loot and gold.
b. Provide a stable raiding group to gear up alts of main guilds on the server, and provide a home for 25 man raiding to people whose guilds are not as progressed, with a reasonably fair interguild loot system, minimal drama and asshattery, and much bacon and fun.

2: Gold Dragon Kill Points: GDKP

  • Welcome to Bruski's Lazy Saturday Afternoon Bacon Syndicate Gold Dragon Kill Points Ice Crown Citadel (BLSABSGDKPICC) . All items that drop will be auctioned off to the highest bidder and the gold pot will be split evenly between all raiders present at the end of the run.
  • Players may be removed for AFKing, poor performance, or attitude issues at the raid leaders discretion.
  • Players may be docked gold for pulling prematurely, removing zonewide buff, or being an asshat, also at the raid leader's discretion.
  • All Auctions will be in public raid chat. Minimum bid is 1000 gold. Minimum raise is 500gold. There is no maximum. No pst bids or late bids are accepted. No loot is reserved.
  • If you make an obvious misbid, it will be revoked, and the bidding for the item will restart, with a bid from you for with the real bid before you were stupid.
  • Good Luck and Have Fun!
  • For more info check out the Elitist Jerks Thread

3. Invites
  •, if you are not confirmed on there, don't expect to go.
  • New raiders should send an ingame mail to Bruski for information, and so I can check on their experience and gear. Sending more mail to Bruski never hurts, more communication is good.
  • Make sure to sign up on appropriate character. For raid composition, filling certain roles, classes and specs is important. If you are slotted on a character, and locked, you cannot hop over to another character and expect an invite. Expect a negative note next to your name on the spreadsheet.
  • Invites are completely at my discretion. I tend to favor people who are:
    • Reliable: if you cannot make it to a raid let me know at least a few hours in advance
    • Good attitude: positive, polite, helpful. Offering helpful strat tips and the like in raids is encouraged and a huge bonus.
    • High performers: I will consider your performance in raid and world of logs much higher than your gearscore.
    • Experienced: 10 man clearing achievement for the current wing will practically guarantee you a slot.
    • Geared: proper gems and enchants tell me more about how much you know your class than a gs number, and that you're trying to perform at top level.
    • Note: flattery will get you nowhere. It just annoys me.
  • Feel free to send friends my way, we're always looking to make sure we have enough skilled people to fill two raid groups.
  • Lineups are always set before Saturday morning, when you wake up, you should be able to check the website and see which raid you're in.
4. Raiding Guidelines
  • Be online at the raid start time on the appropriate character with gold and flasks.
  • Get all your AFKing done during trash. ICC has trash again, use the time wisely. Please let me know before you AFK.
  • Know what general role your spec has in raid and be prepared to perform it. If you have CC or dispels or raid utility, be ready to use them.
  • Familiarize yourself with the boss strategies beforehand, here or with tankspot videos, whichever helps you learn better.
  • Be considerate to other raid members, in raid and vent. Friendly trash talking is fine, beating others down is not.
  • Refrain from spamming dps meters. If necessary I will (most likely to congratulate high add dps), if not, go check World of Logs after the raid.
  • Do not comment on strategy during combat, it's confusing and unhelpful.
  • Help with strategy between combat, this is encouraged and the appropriate time to do so.

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