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10-07-2008 @ 1:40PM
Not that its relevant but a guild based around "military personnel" would scare the shit out of me. Alltho I'd love the structure.Anyway, as is hinted in the replies, the simple solution is to delegate the tasks down to available and trustworthy officers while you're busy doing army stuff.I could see guilds where the GM neither is a class officer, raid organizer nor "core member" due to prior commitments etc as viable ifa GM then takes on a more idealistic role who gets reports of progress from raid officers, process information given from class officers and set goals for the guild. Closest I can say I've been to that was my PvP guild who decided we wanted to start doing karazhan and ZA (10s) to gather badges for the isle rewards back when badge drops got buffed. Our GM, who really isn't a leader per say just a guild-holder, delegated resposibility for raid scheduling to a warlock in our guild who again organized us into raiding once or twice a week. Thats no small task in a dedicated PvP guild as it means mass-respeccing and thight schedules. Either way, the GM said that we should be finishing ZA within a month, giving us little time to wipe, yet making it a challenge yet doable (both of which we pvpers enjoy ;) ). And that worked out sweet.
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