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3-29-2010 @ 1:17PM
Being promoted to be a guild officer sounds like winning a pie-eating contest where the grand prize is more pie.
3-29-2010 @ 1:49PM
That's one of the reasons why I handle a lot of my guild's recruitment stuff without the actual ability to say "yes" and invite them to the guild. I just convince people to apply & then the "real" officers have to sort out the rest. It doesn't even normally bother me, since it means that I have the control to be able to stop doing it if I didn't want to, whereas having officer status means that it would be my "job".
3-29-2010 @ 1:54PM
It all depends on the guild, BadAndy.
3-29-2010 @ 2:39PM
I'd say it's more like getting access to the special "Officers Only Pies" table, which is actually the same as the "Members Only Pies", but you get to have a different label on your pies.I've been in a similar situation, since I helped with recruiting, helping other members figure out gear they need to get raiding, providing enchants, etc, but it never occurred to me to even ask for "officer" status, since it wouldn't actually change anything about what I was getting done, just the label I do it under.
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