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3-19-2009 @ 8:23AM
I suggest doing some research. There are a lot of really great guilds out there. Not sure if all realms have a site like this but Skywall has a great one about some of the different guilds on the Horde side: www.skywall-horde.com. There is a ton of information there, from which guilds have age restrictions, raiding restrictions, or even require that you use or have access to Vent/Teamspeak. Granted not all of the guilds are there but it can be used as a general guide to see what type of guild you would fit in.Check to see if the guild your looking at has a website. If they do there is usually a ton of information on their site that can help to influence your decision. If a guild has an application you need to fill out in order to join remember that they are doing so to weed out people that wouldn't mesh well with the core group they have. You may have to do an interview with the officers of the guild after filling out the application. Don't be afraid to leave a guild if it's just not working for you but at least have the courtesy of letting the guild leader or an officer know that you are leaving. It's just good manners. :)
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