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5-26-2009 @ 8:53AM
The life cycle of a guild is very interesting but I believe there is more to it then just the Tuckman, from what I have seen and experiences there is a great deal of trial and error on the part of players finding the right fit in terms of game attitude, availability and social vs task orientation. The individual dynamics of the group members also play a large part the perpetuation of the guild (as some communication theorists look at it the relationship between the players becomes a member of the group distinct from the group members itself when this breaks down it signals the end of the guild).
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