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8-31-2009 @ 2:08PM
I have to disagree on talents tied to guild ranks. That's just going to make hardcore guilds promote everyone as high as possible to max their raid abilities.Or if they don't it'll just stratify the guild and give non-officers one more thing to gripe about that it's not fair the officers have ___.
8-31-2009 @ 2:13PM
Blizzard has been very specific on the fact that none of the guild talents will have ANY effect on raid performance WHATSOEVER. Anything that is raid related is only for convenience, like the mass-rez or mass-summon, etc.
8-31-2009 @ 3:01PM
Yes, but there will be complaints about things like reduced repair costs if officers get cheaper repairs. It'd be stupid that officers get even MORE than non-officers, already considering they get higher bank access in most Guilds, and are pampered a lot more.
9-01-2009 @ 2:55PM
Guild officers are guild officers for a reason. Either they've proved themselves to be mature, responsible players, loyal raiders who wouldn't do anything that would hurt the guild, or people who have shown that they already put a lot of time and money (in-game and otherwise) into the guild, and they deserve to see a return in their investment.Should the majority of your guild's officers or heaven forbid your GM, you should go ahead and /gquit and go to a guild that knows how to correctly separate their officers from their casuals.
8-31-2009 @ 6:30PM
I'd like to see a guild, upon gaining lvl 20, be able to submit a tabard design for approval. Set rules about pixel dimensions and transparency and make some small program that will display the the tabard in 3d on all the different races. Then, once approved, it gets incorporated into whatever files and gets pushed out next patch.As long as Blizzard make it difficult to obtain, it won't lag systems.
8-31-2009 @ 10:03PM
The guild talents are going to be guild wide. Not just for certain people. I also got the distinct impression from some of the comments that they made that you would gain levels quickly. I also got the impression that it would be something that you would need to keep up. aka you would have to continue to level your guild even after you've hit level 20.
8-31-2009 @ 11:42PM
@Nick:The benefits officers may or may not get is set by the guild master for starters. Secondly, they usually have higher bank access or "pampering" as you called it as they have responsibilities that aid the guild as a whole that normal members don't have to worry about.It really aggravates me sometimes hearing about people complaining about officers. Oh, they have powah. Well yes, they have it for a reason and they generally do a lot more tasks to help YOU than you realise.
9-01-2009 @ 6:38AM
@Nick:Sounds like you need to find a guild you can stand. The idea of being an officer is that you've sacrificed for the guild, and so can earn certain perks. With those perks come further responsibilities, like recruiting or working as a raid leader or mentor, or things like that.
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