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7-09-2007 @ 1:14PM
Healthty attitude, but I think that you should strive to have a guild that lasts. I don't mean forever, but a guild that dies after a few months was dysfunctional. Ideally, guilds are built around a core set of attitudes and attracts people with like attitudes. That way, even if the GL changes, officers step down or quit WoW, etc the guild itself tends to live on. Not having a clear idea of what you're about, admitting just anyone without regard to their attitude toward the game, having a control freak as GL... yeah, those will kill a guild. But the guild I'm in has been around for years and I think it's due to a relaxed, casual attitude coupled with a desire to be very good at the game. Other guilds might have other mindsets. But trying to accommodate wildly varying objectives in one place isn't going to work - so know what you're about and build on that.
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