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1-04-2010 @ 2:26PM
To be successful with both, i think the guild needs to be setup to focus on one, with the other being something that is done "on the side." For example, you're a raiding guild, but some people like to RP and do that in a non-guild chat channel and set up RP events - they're small events and don't detract from raiding, relatively few people go. Or you're an RP guild who has enough interest to occasionally head into a 10-man to try raiding. You spend a lot of time working up your guild's backstory about why you need to go into that raid, and you go in planning to have a good time - not necessarily planning to work until you can clear it.To put it simply, you can't have two completely different objectives competing to be your guilds main focus. Define a main focus, work on that, and work in everything else around it as a way to support it.
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