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10-27-2008 @ 6:53PM
Definitely do not relax your standards. It wouldn't be fair to those that are already within the guild for two reasons. The first is that they already went through the application process and so probably feel everyone should be made to go through the same process. The second is that the process will allow you to determine if the personality of the potential recruit might be a good fit. Others in this thread have already stated that the individual could be disruptive and would hurt the guild morale more than aid the guild. Even if the short benefit is faster progression, the end result will be stress and discontent within the remainder of the guild.On the other side, don't be afraid to take in some of these people. However, be up front with them in the expectations. Let them know that you aren't a guild that has traditionally been strong at raiding during the Burning Crusade. It's possible these people really do want to take their game as more casual and those are the individuals you want. It's also possible these people are restless and want some action while the rest of the guilds break apart. These are the people you need to be wary of.Basically be true to the foundation of your guild.
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