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4-24-2007 @ 3:18PM
I belong to the top PvP guild on our server, so we're naturally getting applicants constantly.However, there's a few things that are common between all the applicants."I want to pwn noobs in PvP""I want to get full gladiator set""I want to be on a good arena team""I want full PvP gear"Like the above post says, it's always about what they want. Before the new PvP system we had a couple players grind out HWL in guild groups and then immediately leave the guild. This cheesed off quite a few members (myself probably the worst), and there's no way I'm going to accept a guy into our guild who gives me the impression that he might bail as soon as he gets the gear he wants.This however is the #1 point...BE ACTIVE IN THE APPLICATION PROCESS!!Most of our members don't check our website as often as they should, and we never know who is an applicant and who is not. Well this is partly due to our applicants never talking!! If you want to be a member of the guild, message some members! Tell us you're online and looking for some 5v5 or running PvP! Not to mention there's a sticky post saying that you should message some members and let us know you applied to the guild, but no one ever does that. If you really want to be a member of the guild, ACT LIKE IT!95% of the people that apply we never even have to consider because no one ever knows they were an applicant to begin with, haha. It makes the applications process for us quite simple.
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