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1-19-2009 @ 11:08AM
Nothing wrong with "poaching" in my opinion because you can't force someone to leave a guild that they're happy with and you also can't force someone to stay in a guild that doesn't meet their needs. There's an argument that poaching might be seen as bad manners to the person being recruited, but being polite and no pressure can go a long way towards avoiding alienating someone who you want to pug with again regardless of their guild tag.Guild leaders who blame other guilds when their players leave are missing the point. It isn't about the player or the guild they left you for. What it is about your guild not living up to someone's expectations. If you want to attract quality people and retain them, make sure that you're setting expectations realistically and then living up to them.
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