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11-07-2009 @ 8:19AM
Probably the only thing similar to this is the classic 'sign up for raids on the website' dealie. Despite the in-game calendar, many guilds only use that as a last-minute resort for picking up non-priority members who can fill a vacant spot in a raid simply because one of the originally intended people who signed up on their website could not make it for some reason or another.Other than that, asides from miscellaneous role-playing biographies fleshing out into organized events that happen to have interaction (albeit usually on a very, very minor scale) with an ongoing story played by people in their non-raid time, I cannot think of anything else off the top of my head that would get people actively using a guild's website.
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