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8-24-2009 @ 1:23AM
There's also another potential source of conflict, apart from the mega/micro guild achievement/rankings (which can probably be handled by percentage-based contributions) , and that's disbanding/gquitting, and to another degree, GM dictators vs their guild.and possibly more important to most guild drama, gbank ninja looting at 5am by the 2ic who then /gquits... to set up his own guild. how does the Guild Progression system handle players that seem fine, attend a good number of raids, get some guild-progression based legendary or profession specific item, and then leave/quit/disband. do the items revert to the guild's bank, or do they stay until you re-guild yourself, i.e. much like the guild tabards. does the gold or crafted items, BoE/BoG items you deposit in the GBank, return to you if you leave, or is it just 'absorbed' into the maw from whence the guild bank came.the other problem is hoarding, what does a guild do with 90k in gold, can members 'buy' items out of the bank if they want them, can the guild bank sell those items to its members, can the guild leaders buy more than just bank tabs without a vote/veto system in place to stop someone from spending the money on boosting their own profession to the detriment of the guild, i.e. some power-crazed DK guild leader who wants to spend gold on epic/legendary engineer-only items in a guild with only 3 engineers, and 2 are lvl 1 alts. (sic)not that i'm speaking from guild experience.. but its all dismally possible.
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