Seeing as how Blizzard has brought back world bosses and it's something that has the potential to create animosity between guilds who are competing for them, I wanted to bring up discussion on how players intend to handle boss tagging. Proudmoore's never been a server that's filled with hostility or bad feelings; We are more about sparkly rainbows and lots of <3. While guilds do have friendly competition, there's usually mutual respect and common courtesy.
As one of the top progression guilds on the server, NCP would love to help foster that type of environment. With that said, this expansion is mostly about Horde vs. Alliance and Blizzard has even mentioned that world bosses are their way of promoting World PvP. Therefore, after discussing it internally, we've decided that our guild policy is to always compete with Horde for world bosses. If we see hordies on a boss, we will do everything in our power to fight them for the kill. (Consider it payback for Theramore!)
Alliance guilds, on the other hand, won't have to worry about NCP "griefing" your world boss kills. We'll fully respect first tag if another alliance group has a boss. In fact, we'll go as far as to help our alliance brethren out and fend off the horde should they try to interfere.
We don't expect others to adhere to our policy, obviously. I'm simply stating NCP's position so others in the community (who care about these things) are aware of our stance since I'm sure you'll see us at most of the world bosses. Let us know what you think is fair in the comments below, we love this server and we are interested in how others feel about this issue.
On a side note, we're happy to bring pugs along if we have room. We took several pugs on our first Sha of Anger kill because there was space and the pugs in the vicinity asked to join. Loot is done in LFR style so there's no reason for us to exclude allies. The best way to see if we have room is to /who non combat pet. If you see less than 40 people online, feel free to ask in /say or /whisper for an invite. (I am personally not in general chat, so I won't see those requests.) However, if you /who us and see more than 40+ people online, we've probably got a full raid and cannot invite you, not because we don't want to, but due to Blizz's raid-size limitations.
Good luck to everyone and see you all out there. :)