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1-07-2008 @ 4:47PM
Do those of you as officers think having both genders and a variety of ages matters in the officer corps? What about having officers who are playing at various times? Right now, I have 4 officers; one female who does recruiting and 3 guys. Two guys handle raids/instances and one guy does HR-type stuff. He's excellent at seeing all sides to an issue. No one is under 22 and we all generally play the 6 p.m.-midnight shift. I might promote someone who came to me and said, "I'd like to be an officer because I want to help you do 'x'." This assumes they have shown themselves to be a good guild member already. I am not going to create titles or officers just because someone is or becomes a friend. I am curious if other guilds have found a diversity in their officer corps makes them more responsive to their members. My guild is a bit small to have much diversity right now. I'm looking down the road. And then I have to decide just what makes an officer. Thanks for the very helpful guidelines.
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