Attendance and Loot

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Attendance and Loot 2016-10-28T08:30:21+00:00

Attendance Rules

Nothing ruins a group more than inconsistent player attendance.   Our minimum attendance requirement for this group is 90%.

Our attendance policy is based on a points system.

  • Our Points system runs on a 10 Raid cycle.
  • Running 3 days a week means that a 10 raid cycle is 3 weeks of raiding plus one additional day.
  • It does NOT mean a 10 WEEK Raid cycle.

Players who are late, or leave early do not receive full credit for the raid.  Vacations that are pre-planned (or other pre-planned necessary time off) do not count against your attendance record.   Missing a scheduled raid for Work/Family etc will count as an excused absence.

You can, and most likely will be, dropped from the raid group for falling below our 90% attendance in the following scenarios :

(All scenarios are based on a 10 raid cycle)

  • Missing more than 4 raids (excused absence).
  • If you arrive late more than 2 times.
  • If you leave early more than 3 times.
  • If you have more than one no show.

As part of loot priority, Members with 95% or higher attendance have a higher priority over members who’s attendance is below 95%.


Loot Rules

The Mythic team raids using a loot council that considers role, attendance, gear and performance as primary factors- in that list order.  We operate on this simple mantra:

We Gear the Raid, not the Toon

By making the raid team strong, we will clear more bosses.  More bosses means more loot.

Role priority is typically Tank, Healer, DPS in that order.  When considering gear priority, we look at upgrade value, Tier and BIS.   We may assign loot that is BIS for a DPS to a healer or tank if it helps more as a level upgrade.  We may also give a BIS for a tank or healer to a DPS because the level upgrade is that significant.   Ultimately our goal is to strengthen the raid group so that we can clear more bosses faster.

Trial members are excluded from loot unless no member of the core raid team needs the loot (remember you still have bonus rolls).  This policy is not to punish or exclude Trial members, but to ensure the progression of the raid team isn’t hurt by handing gear off to people who aren’t full time members of the raid.  Once a trial member becomes a full member they are immediately credited with all of their attendance points and receive equal priority for loot as the rest of the team.  Once you are a member there is no ‘working your way up’ for gear.