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  • #46
    Good idea kairos if it works


    • #47
      A suggestion:

      Could we consider moving the late raid to 21.00 GMT ? Now that a lot of countries are on summertime, raids start at midnight central european time.. its quite late on a sunday (or saturday for that matter)


      • #48
        Originally posted by Linthas View Post
        A suggestion:

        Could we consider moving the late raid to 21.00 GMT ? Now that a lot of countries are on summertime, raids start at midnight central european time.. its quite late on a sunday (or saturday for that matter)
        If there are no objections, I'll make the change to accommodate "summertime" by moving the late raid to 21:00 GMT.

        Additionally, I'd like to propose that we do 8 raids this weekend. It would work like this: On Saturday at 14:00, I'll start the Jezebel and Bourgard raids together. The guild can focus on Jezebel since the time limit is tight. Once Jez is dead, simply join the running Bourgard raid and work it using our current rules (1M damage cap, etc., etc.) We'll do the same at 21:00 and both time slots on Sunday. When it's all done, we'll have 8 raid opportunities total. What does everyone think?


        • #49
          The mentioned schedule definately sounds good - 8 raids pr week is nice.

          And on behalf of the european members, I want to applaud the change to 21.00 GMT on the late raid - thanks

          having said that, I still think we should try and move some of the raids to weekdays if possible - in order to split the raids up a little - so you don't miss to much if you are prevented to join a specific day. If weekdays doesnt work for the majority of the guild, then by all meens lets keep it in weekends.

          we have a great thing going here, and I am happy to be a member of HERO!


          PS: We need others than Kairos and I to make input here


          • #50
            Works for me, but yea breaking a little up to the weekdays would be nice too


            • #51
              Originally posted by Linthas View Post
              PS: We need others than Kairos and I to make input here
              Agreed! This is OUR guild and can use your input.


              • #52
                Originally posted by bigscrap View Post
                Works for me, but yea breaking a little up to the weekdays would be nice too
                We need input from the group to make this happen... what times would people like to see? If the hour chosen is during my workday (usually 11:00 to 22:00 GMT), it may be tough for me to kick it off since I'm in meetings much of the day. That's the sad truth of my life in big corporate IT. The thing that would drastically help would be for Kabam to allow more than just the leader to kick off a raid. Now that the weather is getting better and my marathon training kicks in, I'm going to need a strategy for keeping the weekend raids going without interruption. I have an idea, but I need to chat with the officers.

                So, for weekday raids: What is a good time for everyone?


                • #53
                  I'm pretty sure I know what you're thinking kairos, but will wait and see ha. As for raid times during week anything 9-5 EST works best but can prolly do later if need be.


                  • #54
                    The next raid will be on Friday, 4/4/2014 @ 21:00 GMT -- Ossion the Dread. If we do not have at least 15 present, we may have to do Jezebel instead.


                    • #55
                      I would like to see raids later I am booked most afternoons and it's hard for me to make 2100 it's odd time


                      • #56
                        Frontlines, tell me what you think about this idea... Since only the guild leader can kick of raids... and due to work, I'm really not in a position to conduct daily raids, maybe we can look at sort of a "passing of the torch" with the guild leader role. I can promote you to leader and you take the reigns for a bit, possibly coordinating daily weekday raids (if you have the time). We can pass the leader position back and forth to better maintain some sort of routine schedule. With some thought, we could work out the details so this works for most players.

                        Picking a daily raid time is really a challenge since our members are all over the globe. There's always going to be someone who feels "left out" (as you probably did with the one Friday raid we tried).

                        Just an idea. Interested in hearing your thoughts. Thanks!


                        • #57


                          In the interest of better understanding which players are still active, we'll begin to track it here: Guild Rule #1 ( calls for participation in game arenas in order to gain might. We've never given weekly minimums and I'd rather not start down that path, however, I think that every member should make an effort to gain some amount of might each week. Players with stronger decks will naturally gain more while newer players and those with weaker decks will find it harder to gain might. Players failing to progress for long periods will be contacted to verify that you're still "in the game". If we want to maintain our ranking, we'll need to continue to recruit active members. If you know of any prospects, send their names to one of the officers and we'll make an effort to get them on the team.

                          Thanks Everyone,