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3-17-2009 @ 12:22PM
While Wrath content may well be ridiculously easy, it's still *every bit as much work* to organize raids and run a guild. It's a huge investment of time, effort, and often real life money.The vast majority of guild members contribute nothing aside from being a raid slot filler. This isn't an insult, but it is something to be aware of. When you're just a guild member, have some respect for the people who are putting in the time and effort so that you can have fun.Over the years, I've been in a half dozen or so serious raiding guilds. I've been an officer in 2 of them - the first two. I've turned down officer positions in the later guilds, and I'll never, ever be one again. It's way, way more work than I'm willing to put in - if I'm an officer, I don't get any time to actually *play*. Anyways, I'm rambling.TLDR Version:The officers keeping your guild going are putting in a LOT of work. Show them the respect they deserve, because without them you've got nothing. There are literally *millions* of random players out there, but there are precious few people willing - and able - to put the that time and effort in.
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