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11-30-2009 @ 2:05PM
Also the number of accounts is pretty meaningless. You could have 100 accounts and 90% of them are inactive. Best thing: have a good, consistant philosophy for your guild and stick to it. For example we're an adult social guild. We don't tolerate people who act like /g is /trade (for example). I notice that with social guilds the hardcore raiders come and go quickly, and the very casual just kinda die off, stop logging in. You want to hit a population size where it's still friendly and tight, but big enough so you can do stuff without too much PUGing. Lastly guilds dont always revolve around raiding. We do social things like gnome races and scavanger hunts and random parties with costume contests fairly often, and retro-raids to BWL for example. Dont think because you aren't doing TOC/ony that you dont have a good, active guild.
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