Our current, detailed raid policies can be foundhere.
The primary priority for guild activities such as raiding is equitability. Everyone who wants a chance to raid and who has a toon appropriate for the content will get a chance to raid. If we have more people than spots, then we'll establish a fair rotation so that everyone who wants to will get a chance to see and participate in everything.
Everyone will have one main character for the purposes of grouping and loot. It is possible to change one's main, but after a person declares a main change, there will be a six-month cooldown before they can change it again.
Alts will be accommodated whenever possible as well. If class balance becomes a factor, the raid leader may ask some people to switch toons so the raid can be viable. If at all possible, this obligation will not be placed upon the same people consistently. If asked to change toons, you do have the option to decline if you would really prefer to not swap; however, in accordance with guild values, a certain level of flexibility is requested. If a person chooses to not switch in benefit of the group because they really want to see a certain encounter, we'll work with that, but if a person refuses to ever switch to help out the group, that's an issue that will need to be addressed. The goal is to achieve a harmonious balance between individual desires and group needs. Neither should be neglected completely.
Dual-guilding is allowed. If a member's primary loyalty or activity lie with the other guild, then their guilded toons may all be considered alts, with their main being in the other guild.
For the group and flashpoint loot policy, click here. Looting in raids--if applicable--will be discussed in another section.