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11-30-2007 @ 11:58AM
Its wrong but people do it, infact the best guilds in the world make it a constant practice when recruiting (Nihilum for instance). As it was stated in the article though, "there's no real way to steal a player who doesn't want to be stolen in the first place."
11-30-2007 @ 12:03PM
Crappy Kara guilds are a dime a dozen. And every kara guild has at least a few members who are good players that are frustrated at their guilds inability to progress. Those are your targets for poaching.
11-30-2007 @ 12:30PM
Actually something I've noticed is that the larger guilds are taking the least-geared, least-qualified people in our smaller casual guild. In a way I guess it makes sense, because they're saying "Come raid with us and get free epics to replace those greens and blues!" and then 10 seconds later... "Come join our guild and do bigger raids with us!" I suppose this is the only way that work, because most of our better geared, more experienced people have been with us for a while, have learned their classes better, have done heroics and Karazhan and all of that with us, and wouldn't leave us. The better people in the guild are all more closely knit, I believe.
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