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7-13-2007 @ 4:07AM
In my guild we take 2 routes to get new blood.1. If it's a casual 'can I join ?' then we ask people to apply on our guild website. If people can't be bothered (and some can't) that weeds them out before any of us spend any time on it. Once they've applied one of the guild officers (usually me !) interviews them and then we decide.2. If we've run an instance with a 'random' (ie not a guild member) and they ask to join we'll allow that straight away (assuming their performance was up to scratch). After 2 hours in an instance with someone, you quickly learn whether they're a good player and, more importantly, a decent sort of person who's not going to rock the boat.For handling "but he's my friend" enquiries we're still quite firm about sticking to this approach - it prevents accusations of favouritism.
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