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11-30-2009 @ 2:33PM
@Rob: It's not the "servers" fault, but you cannot discount what you yourself said, that a great many guilds want to raid, but can't. It's truth. Now, as you said, this problem tends to correct itself over time by people leaving guilds that don't raid successfully. The issue I have with that is it tends to be death-by-1000-cuts, losing one or two "core" people every so often. It's stressful for the player leaving, for those left behind, and for the GM/officers who watch the guild slowly suffocate. I'm an advocate of proactive behavior here.Wolftech mentioned the Proudmore Guild Alliance, and that has possibilities. Perhaps Suramar can enact something similar. It's worth a try.
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