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5-09-2009 @ 8:13PM
"A good guild is like a starfish. All the arms are equal, so if you cut one off, the others work fine, until a new one regrows." So apt.I run a guild focussed on 10 man progression. I feel a bit let down by ye olde 10 vs 25 elitism that rages on, but we're sticking with it. On our server it seems that the top guilds circulate players between themselves or hoover up the decent players that we gear in 10 man raids. It would be nice to think that there are some fresh players out there who, with a little support could flourish, and that with that support some guild loyalty would develop. As it is, we loose the occasional player who thinks that the grass is greener, but if you operate on the basis that nobody is indispensable then I guess you have a recipe for a solid guild. The ebb and flow is natural, you need treat it as the path of least resistance and hope that you will emerge a stronger body of people.
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