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9-25-2007 @ 12:39PM
I don't know how long you've been raiding, but the "no poaching" thing is a laughable idea at beast.The "best" guilds always want the best person on lesser progressed guilds, especially if they're tanks or healers. ESPECIALLY healers. If you're on a launch server, it's not an unthinkable thing to have been in a guild quite a while ago that since broke up (lets just assume it "reformed" for the expansion and many people went to different, more established guilds) and you've got people you know in 10 different guilds with different levels of progression. As soon as anyone in one of the more progressed guilds loses an established member for whatever reason, they're going to replace them somehow right? Much like the real world job situation, the vast majority of guilds would prefer to replace people that leave, with people that can be vouched for by other people. Yes, applications are great and all, but most of the established guilds only have them for show. You'd RATHER poach people from guilds, hoenstly, since someone who you trust in your guild currently can actually verify that they're not stupid and have a good idea of what they're doing. Here's the easiest way to get into a raiding guild in 3 easy steps:1. Ask friend in another guild "hey, does your guild need a 2. Repeat until someone says "sure, you can come to our kara scrub raid for lazy people who are undergeared"3. Raid. pretty easy, and infinitely repeatable as you need to progress if you're not happy with the progress of your existing guild.
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