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5-27-2009 @ 12:59PM
I'm only an officer in a casual guild so the raid thing isn't such an issue for us ,though we do try it from time to time.For myself at least I think the most important things are clarity of what we expect from guildies,respect for each other and being totally fair on loot rolls.If any of those are majorly flawed then in my experience the guild ain't gonna survive for too long.Alongside that I'd say it's very important for the guildies to discuss any issues they have with the officers if they are unable to resolve them by talking with one another..no point in letting discontent fester even in a casual guild(else it'll blow up into some daft huge drama that could most likely have been avoided with prompt action).We do have rules in the guild but ppl are directed to them as soon as they choose to join and are welcome to leave if they feel they are too draconian,which in my opinion they aren't as not being abusive to guildies or trying to steal from the guildbank aren't really anything to ask from worthy guild member material.I acknowledge that in raiding the loot systems can be somewhat more complex but I still think my view on guilds,and how the members should treat each other, has some validity.Soul
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