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7-17-2007 @ 2:04PM
I have built a few guilds for alts that just sit around and serve just as a way to keep from getting guild invites and having a cool tabard. When I first started, I got invited to a guild and then the leader quit, leaving me in much the same situation as the OP. Took me a week to find how to /gdisband. I was the laughing stock of my friends for months after. Since then I only join guilds that I actually put some thought into.@3 All you have to do is go to a low level place, have some guys sign your charter, have them ginvite your alts and then gkick everyone else. Not the nicest thing to do but still gets the job done. In compensation, you can usually keep them happy by giving them a bit of money.
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