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1-11-2010 @ 1:32PM
@ AdeanyIt will most likely hurt new guilds significantly because of the reasons you listed. However, it will theoretically benefit *most* guilds in that they will have an easier time hanging on to members.Currently, unless you are in a very high end progression guild that successfully completes hardmodes, your guild does not have anything tangible to offer that your guild members couldn't get by being guildless.However, incentivizing anti-social players who see guilds as a means to an end is not necessarily the best thing I can imagine for guilds. I mean, when push comes to shove, do you REALLY want those players? Sure, they may be great at playing the game, but is killing that boss as satisfying when you do it surrounded by people that you couldn't care less if they dropped dead tomorrow?
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