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4-28-2008 @ 8:21PM
I don't constantly recruit, though I do constantly train, I ask for select classes to do select roles. I don't want to bring someone in and then not have room for them: That makes drama. We don't want no drama. One way I've found to "Recruit" people is to do things like set up a partial pug Karazhan (with enough core to carry the raid if necessary 1 tank, 2 healers, 2 super dps), attending pug Karazhan raids on fairly geared alts, or pugging heroics. This especially works with officer alts. Being generous with loot, non-drama mongering, playing to the best of our abilities, always being prepared, always being on top of our game, and being excellent to others pays off in the long run. If you can manage to establish your guild in people's minds as a group of "cool compitent people who can raid successfully and still have fun without drama", there's a chance they may reciprocate later, or tell their friends who are looking for a place. Every now and then, someone brings my guild's reputation to my attention: It's almost always positive feedback, that we have really good well liked reliable compitent players. It makes me proud and it makes people come to us when they're looking a home.
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