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10-22-2007 @ 4:34PM
I always wonder at guilds who only try and recruit the best of the best in raiders or pvpers. You see them all the time 'Only apply if you have 300 resilience or x amount of epics or are keyed for everything under the sun'. They go into recruitment as a business proposition and then wonder why the guild splits later on. If you run your guild like a corporation, you will attract people with a corporate mentality (no offense intended as I do have a corporation of my own-- there is a time a place for it). They will have very little loyalty and will be out for themselves... constantly trying to 'trade up'.I always urge people to think of guilds as a family business. That stockboy you take in all greens and train since day one, will always be loyal and give it his all. That's the kind of word of mouth association that will bring in potential reinforcements that will prove to be an asset later on. Just a thought.
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