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12-10-2007 @ 3:13PM
I expected comment discussion of 'morality'I also think its wrong to poach, but recruiting good raiders from effective guilds isn't poaching, (which I think i'm agreeing with you), There's nothing wrong with 'advertising' your guild, nor is there anything wrong with applying to a better guild and leaving the one you're in. Raiding Guild membership is like a job. All buisness ethics applies.
12-10-2007 @ 4:15PM
Not all raiding guilds are like jobs, many are like families. For those guilds, losing members is painful beyond the hit taken to raiding.I wouldn't complain if a guild advertised and one of my guildies decided, without being directly contacted, that they would be better off somewhere else. However "poaching", as I understand it, is when direct contact initiated by the recruiting guild is the catalyst rather that the recruit's own initiative.
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