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9-25-2007 @ 11:49AM
A good article. I must however disagree with the idea of creating a generic application to save you time. Many guilds have gotten wise to this. It's like applying for a job. If a job asked you to fill out an application form, would you simply send them a resume instead? No, you wouldn't. You need to jump through their hoops sometimes because that's the information they want from you. That being said it is possible to adapt your application accordingly and yes, spending a long time writing one is a GOOD idea.I recently got into a guild about to kill Kael'Thas, with SSC and below on farmstatus. My gear is Karazhan level. They said they were impressed by the dedication that I showed through my well-written application. Perhaps if it had not been as well written, they'd have dismissed me due to my poor gear and lack of experience inside SSC/TK. Just bear that in mind, proper, mature guilds, value commitment, therefore they are impressed if you show commitment by writing a good app.TB.
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