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6-23-2010 @ 12:08PM
A note on paying people to sign:Once you start, plan to get signatures until the guild is started. If someone signs another charter or joins a guild their sig will be dropped from your charter. The longer you take to turn in a completed charter, the more likely this becomes.Last time I needed sigs, I offered people 20g: 10g immediately, and 10g mailed to founding members upon formation of the guild. Sometimes people /gquit their usual guild to make some quick cash off of you, knowing full well that they're going to get a /ginvite right back once they have your money. Giving them a reason to wait until you're done helps avoid this a little.
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