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1-19-2009 @ 5:06PM
I feel I could have written this article myself. Me and my fellow Guild Leader were the evening run of another guild that we felt was trying to grow too fast and add everybody and their brother (and sister) to be a "big raiding guild". Having two Kara runs produced bad feelings between the two and eventually the evening raid split into the new guild.In the new guild we handle things a bit differently. We put off running Kara until we could had enough members to do it, but we didn't recruit. If we ran with someone we liked, we would talk to them and see what their goals were in-game. I wold then tell them a bit about how we organize our guild and see if they were on the same page. If so, they were brought in as an initiate until we got a true sense of who they were. We don't call ourselves a raiding guild, but maybe more of a social guild that raids regularly. We are hovering around the top 50 (realm) on wowjutsu in ranking and have done it without mass advertisment and sticking to the fact that we would rather play with people we like and see things the same as we do rather than expand at the cost of the environment we have built. If someone wants to be in a more hardcore raiding guild, we wish them all the best. More times than not, they have come back.As other guilds do, we all pitch in to farm, run instances and get everyone the items they need to make them successful. Right now we are doing 10 man content and leaving the 25 man content to pugging. All is well in Without Remorse on Garona.
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