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3-10-2008 @ 1:31PM
@13 - why, if the person leaving the guild applied? Are you saying people shouldn't be allowed to app to another guild unless they gquit first? It seems to me that if I want to app to another guild they should be free to talk to me. If you have an 'unguilded toons only' policy, fine, but how many people are going to quit their guild before apping to another? To the emailer... I think the key point is to be clear on what you are and what you're not and to follow through. "We raid Kara every week..." Then make sure you DO. Don't oversell yourself - "we are serious about endgame raiding" when you're partway into Kara. Most of the instance groups should be mostly guildies - if you have people running 5 mans together that builds camaraderie, if people are having to find PUGs a lot, the natural question is... what's this guild doing for me? I've seen people looking for herocis... and others want a heroic, but a different one. So, instead of doing one of the 2 as a group or doing both as a group, neither run happens or the PUG both. And finally, don't let people keep alts if they leave. Make it so that if the main leaves, the alt leaves... that way they really have to LEAVE.
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