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Legacy PvE Expectations

Legacy PvE Expectations

Legacy PvE Expectations

The following rules apply regardless if the raid is specific to A-Team or B-Team level raids. These two levels of raiding are described in the next section.

  1. Raids are either scheduled ahead of time (official) or spur of the moment (unofficial). Official raids are more organized, often streamed, and include a variety of intra-community events as well as the actual raid content.
  2. Unofficial raids are welcomed at any time, but members should not expect them to be “serious” or “organized”.
  3. All official raids are open to Scheduled Members. To become a Scheduled Raid Member, you must be a Guild Member and signify that you accept these rules. You will then be added to the Raid Members and registered for the Karma system.
  4. Raids are arranged for times and dates when raid leaders are available to enable a successful and fun raid. 
  5. Raid Leaders can be anyone who has proven themselves capable of studying the encounter and willing to lead. Legacy frequently encourages brand new members to run raids, even just to give it a try.
  6. Raids will be posted up on the calendar system 3-5 days before the Raid. 
  7. To attend raids, raid members must sign-up for the raid. Please note that this does not guarantee a place in the raid. All Raids have class requirements for successful completion. This will dictate how many of each class is required and this is why the Raid list is split between classes and order of sign up. These will be discussed in guild meetings before we attempt each major encounter.
  8. Scheduled members will always acquire the first available slots for needed classes.
  9. If after signing up, you can not make the Raid, please post saying this otherwise.
  10. All Raid Members must use Teamspeak as well as be capable of having a browser open to view the latest raid documents, builds, videos, and strategies. The Raid member must be able to “tab” over to view these videos/docs without exiting the game. Raid members who do not have these documents or videos working will be asked to leave the raid.
  11. Attendance Karma Points will be awarded to those online who signed up for the raid who do not get invited to the raid.  A Karma Point gives a player priority for the next raid they sign up for however this does not guarantee a raid spot. The generic system as base level allows members who have missed raids due to lack of space to automatically reserve slots for the next available date.
  12. If you turn up needing repair, without the correct equipment or with PvP related equipment on, you may be omitted from the raid. We will provide not specific gear, but a “range” of required specced gear for each archetype. (Generic Example: Healers may be required to have extra mana related tweaks, or +healing power. We will not accept +attack damage on a healer).
  13. The Raid signup indicates the duration of time that the raid will take. By signing up for the raid, you are agreeing to be available for the total time of the raid. 
  14. Do not sign-up knowing that you cannot stay for the full duration as you are taking a spot from someone who can. You are welcome to remain as a “replacement” to join in at a later time.
  15. You shall always listen and obey the Raid Leaders instructions. During the Raid, he is GOD. Persistent failure to do this may lead to members being removed from the raid as 1 person should not spoil it for others. 
  16. If you have a comment to make during the raid then please whisper a council member first, then any assistant raid leaders (or inactive raid leaders present in the current raid) BEFORE the Raid Leader.
  17. If you need a break then let the Raid Leader now and set yourself to AFK. IF you are AFK for longer than 15 mins then you may be be removed from the raid and given a “karma” penalty. 
  18. We use a “Karma” system (similar to DKP) for all bank items and throughout raiding (where applicable). Karma will be explained in detail in a future document. Examples of obtaining “karma” is giving up your raid spot for another member who does not get to play often (and similar). We reward friendly community interaction in TL.
  19. During looting, please keep the Raid Chat and Teamspeak clear otherwise errors could happen. 
  20. Do not lock yourself to non-official 20 or 40 man Raids without permission during scheduled raid nights, regardless of whether you are scheduled. We may need you. Please wait until after the 20/40 man roster has started their raid before starting your unofficial event. Locking yourself limits a Raid Leaders choice if there are not enough people for the intended target.
  21. During raiding some PvE events will be designated “farm” whereby Guild and normal PUGs are allowed. An event is considered on “farm” status when we have discerned the content is accessible and studied well enough to not need 100% efficiency.
  22. All other official raids are considered “progression”.
  23. As stated previously, Raid Penalties may be imposed on members. This is a “karma” system. Members can get bad “karma” points for a variety of offences including signing up for a raid and then failing to attend, leaving a Raid early without valid reason, going afk for long periods of time etc.
  24. Bad “Karma” will be issued at the PvE moderators discretion. They will have a 2 week duration and will be tracked via spreadsheet. Karma transcends PvE into PvP participation as well.
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