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7-16-2009 @ 3:32PM
Class leaders always sounded like overkill.
7-16-2009 @ 3:50PM
Class leaders are just plain common sense if you're dealing with anything more than a super casual friends & family guild. Having a go-to person for knowledge on a particular class can be invaluable in terms of helping people get geared properly, fine tuning a rotation, etc. I was mage leader in my old guild and it's really more about mentoring than anything else.In my experience, most good guilds have class leaders even if they're not formally labeled as such. There's always that one person that knows a lot more about a class or spec than others that (smart) people go to for help on things.
7-16-2009 @ 4:52PM
You don't need class leaders if there are good helpful people in the guild.We have an awesome Mage. If anyone has Mage questions they ask her. No need to clutter up the ranks, everyone knows who to ask.
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