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6-04-2007 @ 5:24PM
I don't want to sound like a jerk, but if you have no experience, and no friends with experience, then people aren't going to join your guild. If they do, they're just going use you as a stepping stone.Get experience leading groups and raids at level 70, then you will start to have an inkling of what it takes to run a guild.If this is just a group of friends, then keep it like that, nothing wrong with a group of friends, you can learn together. Just don't expect to get high-end members joining your guild.I see way too many people that are low level just starting random new guilds just because they think they can do it better themselves. Trust me, you can't.
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