A player who is classified as a “Primary,” is someone who shows up at OUR raid often enough over a period of time (usually a month, as defined by 8 raids within a calendar month) that they are expected to be there on their raid day. Some people are incapable of raiding on Fridays, but are always expected on Saturday. The player is at raid 75% of the days they are known to be available. This rule isn’t so much hard and fast as it is by ear.
Some players may receive an expedited promotion to “Primary” based upon performance, past raiding with FacePalm Raids, or other criteria at the raid leader’s discretion. Expedited is NOT IMMEDIATE even when returning, at least TWO WEEKS must be attended before any discussion of an expectation of a status change will be heard. (Note by Targ: If I don’t see 4 raid points by your name, you will not be primary. End of discussion.)
A player is classified as “Secondary,” when they are new to the raid, have had a long break with no forewarning, or changing their mains. In the latter case, they are rolling secondary on their new main while transitioning (and rolling primary for their current main), and they will be expected to swap fully within a month’s time. As in the case above for Primary, this is done a bit by ear, and the looting manager may impose limits.
Players may go from Primary to Secondary and back again based on attendance.
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