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1-13-2010 @ 6:30PM
Jacking a comment from around page 10:"If you really want to do a Recruiting Section in Guild Watch / Classifieds, then you should highlight one or two realms each week. (Maybe one US and one EU.) Cover THEIR top five guilds, THEIR recruiting, and THEIR downed. Do it alphabetically, by population, or pull it from a hat for all I care. It'd give people a reason to CARE about the Top/Recruiting/Downed. People seem to like the research section. I'm indifferent but as long as it doesn't degenerate into spamness, go for it. I also think the populace likes Random Acts Of Uberness. (though I think the title is a bit clunky, why not just "Epic Win" or something?) Its not that they dislike GOOD stories. They just like BAD stories TOO. And lets face it, it was a service to the community. Know who to avoid, or the type of player at the least. Honestly, it fostered just AS MUCH community as any warm and fuzzy bit. Sure Proudmore has their epic GBLT Guild / Alliance, and we all thought "hey cool, they carved out a safe haven in the game world". But honestly, I get the same feeling when I find a ninja that server-hopped 3 times, name and faction changed, and some article informed me it was the same person, and to not /ginvite them, I get that same sense of community. Community is as much banding together to fight off the (figurative) monsters as it is coming together to celebrate a common ideal. (Ask any Community Watch.... speaking of, you could name the drama section just that. Even gives it a positive note.)"TL;DR ... Its what everyone is saying, just well thought out. Read it? Please?
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