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10-27-2008 @ 4:36PM
My guild never let up on any applicants. Even friends and family (which was kind of funny at times) had to app. I think the most important comment Scott made was the fact that well geared / experienced players can be disruptive. It's spot on that a lot of them are used to certain ways and can be quite vocal.I heard "in my old guild... blah blah blah." While sometimes that can be useful, it can also be very obnoxious for the raiders.As an officer I always let the person know what our policy is and that we are highly interested in them. Those kind of comments go a long way in keeping applicants. Tell them, that your policy is that you don't want them apping all the guilds on your server. That's a clear sign, they want you for your progression / number and not your players / community.Talking to applicants straight up and direct is the best way from my experience. The good ones always stick around.
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