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8-31-2009 @ 4:10PM
To build on the hiring analogy (accurate to an extent), my guild does not take new members lightly. This is not to say we are overly rigid or put undue demands on them, but like joining any group, it takes time to adjust and learn the chemistry of the group. If people don't enjoy our atmosphere, they are free to move on. We only ask that you communicate with us what you are doing, out of respect. We provide each member with at least that much and expect the same in return.To that end, joining and leaving members have a significant impact on guild morale, like it or not. If I had one criticism of "guild hoppers", and we've had a few... its that they underestimate the impact they have on the group.
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