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5-16-2009 @ 3:27PM
I play WoW for 4 years and I've been in several guilds (including one created by me) but only a few months ago I found a guild that I can call "home".I'm not sure about the rest of WoW players but it was very hard for me to find a guild that could fulfill all my expectations: raid schedule, maturity and friendship.The questions in this article are very good to find good members and also to be found by good guilds. They are simple and go straight to the point. I hate recruitment forms with stupid questions that don't add anything to game. Examples:1. What do you do for living? ("I'm a cook but ironically I didn't level this profession in WoW")2. Are you an easy going person? (I doubt someone will answer: "I'm an angry and petty human been")3. Do you have relatives that play WoW too? ("yep, and I'm sure my daddy's DK can be beat your daddy's Rogue")True story. I saw all these questions at least once :-/
5-16-2009 @ 3:40PM
Our guild's app asks what you do for a living. I'm not an officer, but it's not hard to see why. I can think of two reasons.1- It's a sign of maturity and responsibility if you have a job.2- It speaks to your availability. Are you on call 24/7 and thus a little unreliable? Do you have a 9-5 office job that will allow you to always be home for raid times? Do you manage a pizza place that will ask you to close the store at weird schedules? Are you still in school with few responsibilities? Are you in college but working a full-time job on the side to pay for school?It helps to know what kind of schedules and stresses your raiders are under, and it helps to know if they're used to showing up somewhere on time on a schedule under their own power (i.e. not by threat of truancy law).
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