Greetings citizens of Fippy!
Below is the outline for the current Fippy raid rotation. To get your guild onto this rotation you just need to petition with a time/date for your guild to prove it’s meddle. Each tier (current and future) will have its own, no-loot, raid mob to kill. I would suggest petitioning well in advance to ensure that both parties have the time resources available at the specified time.
Current guilds keyed to top tier Velious spawns:
Top Tier Raid Rotation: (The mob to qualify for this rotation is Vyemm.)
Current week rotation:
Cazic Thule – Twisted Legion
Avatar of War – Rosenguard
North Temple of Vesheen – Darkblood
Tunare – Citizen
Ring of Fear – Darkblood
Second Tier Raid Rotation: (The mob to qualify for this rotation is Sontikar or Vyemm.)
Ring of Slime
#1. Each rotation with the exception of NToV consists of a 12 hour window. NToV will be given an 18 hour window to cover the spawn windows of the number of raid targets. If a raid target is not killed within 12 hours of it spawning it is open to any other guild on the rotation to target and kill.
Killing a raid mob outside of another guilds kill window does not change the rotation. The guild who was incapable, unwilling, or uninterested in killing the raid target essentially forfeits their kill of the target.
#2. Killing a raid target during the kill window of another guild will result in the suspension of the raid leader. All loot that was dropped by the raid target will be removed and destroyed. The raid target will then be re-spawned and the 12 hour window will restart.
#3. Interference with another guilds kill target during their window of time will result in harsh punishments for the offending guild. (I.E. if your guild is training another guild, your guild may become locked out of zones when a raids target it up, and it is not your turn to kill it. Don’t do it, it will not be worth it to you or your guild in the long run.)
#4. When a new expansion launches all raid targets will be at free for all status for the first 4 weeks or once multiple guilds have shown the ability to kill said raid targets, whichever is longer.
We have invented virtual instancing… if you just imagine that the server has only enough processing power to run one copy of the instance at a time… and that there is some sort of strange form of guild lockouts that affects only qualified guilds.
With raid conflicts now settled and the war on hacking still going strong, the Progression Server forums can get back to the real business at hand…
Only done in a non-judgmental and non-flaming way. It says so right in the title.