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3-16-2009 @ 11:23AM
I prefer to work from the inside as well.If there are officers who are not responding to lgetimate problems. What i willl do is start recruiting from within while pointing out the obvious problems with the officers and guild leadershipFrankly the leadership of guilds must be more responsive to non-officers and tanke thier concersn into account and fix the problems. If they don't then i feel i have free leave to get inside and grab people who i also know are unhappy and move to a guild were they are more responsive.If the guild in question falls a part, meh. Not my problem they leadership should have had thier finger on the pulse more if they wanted to the guild to survive.It's very good way to work with the emotions of non-officers, especially the raiders in the group who are feeling locked or left out. A few choice comments here or there and quite easily you have 9 or 10 people who are ready to go and leave the old guild and it's leadership swinging in the wind wondering how thier guild fell appartSo to the obnoxious officers and guild leaders, you should be wary of people like me. I know how people feel in this game and i know how to blow your guilds up. It's all a question of giving them a better vision to get there. And if you get the smelly end of the stick in the deal. That's a sacrifice im willing to have you make
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