How are other raiding guilds handling the switch, especially when it comes to members with the raid limit being set to 25 slots and the addition of another class. Are people just taking the best of the best and ditching the rest? Run two 25 man raids at the same time? One 25 man and one 10 man? How do you let people know that they're not going to make the 25 man and maintain current raiding rosters? I mean why would they bother to try or show up to current raids if they're not going to make the BC roster? I'd like to hear how other guilds are going to handle the personnel issues and are deciding whom they are picking and what criteria they're going off of.
This has been gone over quite a bit and I still think its early to comment on what will happen or how it will happen. There are still way too many unknowns, and with the addition (hopefully) of pvp being a viable full-time playstyle you'd have to see how many people bite and spend most of their time pvping and raid casually and how many people continue to play the game as they do now.
We've said that we'll deal with it as its time comes, I have no intentions of kicking or writing anyone off just because the raid rosters are decreasing. Its a shitty spot to be in as a leader though, there are well more than 30 people that deserve to be part of our primary raid roster in TBC (having to pick 25 people for the beta spots definitely emphasised how hard the selection process will be) and if raiding continues to be as important to the game as it is now, its gonna cause a lot of problems.