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6-28-2010 @ 1:48PM
I don't like the idea of GM assigned guild quests because I think guild bank contribution is a significant indicator of guild commitment and personal character -- quests that promote that kind of contribution would undermine that.
6-28-2010 @ 1:59PM
I'm very commited to my guild. however I rarely donate anything to the guild bank. However, every guildie knows that if he wants something, he can ask me and I probably have it and will give it without asking anything in return. Guild bank contribution may be a significant indicator of guild commitment in some guilds. but it's not on the guilds I've been in.
6-28-2010 @ 4:22PM
Most guilds (esp raiding guilds) have the gbank locked down so tight you can never get anything. One guild I was a member for more than an year, donated tens of thousands of gold...never got gbank access. Nowadays that's a determining factor for me. Its not like I can't afford my raiding costs (the opposite is true, I am funding my entire guild's raid effort), but its just a issue of trust. My current guild has 6 tabs, only the last one is reserved to officer only. Sure we had our share of thefts, but by limiting the withdraw per tab and ensuring nothing really good is in the bottom tabs, the losses are minimal. Plus, mostly we just keep leveling materials in those tabs. And nothing is truely all that valuable if you think about it. The only things that I would care about would be the stacks of epic gems and epic crafting materials.All this to say, i wish we could do more with the gbank as it is now, the management tools are very limited.
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