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10-05-2010 @ 3:31AM
Bigger guilds would have to break up into smaller sub-guilds and create a common chat-channel. No biggie.
10-05-2010 @ 3:47AM
Yeah, pretty much this. There are things like Guild2Guild and such, but using a moderated chat channel will likely be the answer.
10-05-2010 @ 4:36AM
Exactly what we do with WHU. I'm not sure how many sub guilds we have, but /whu is where you can go for everyone!Sebastien of IcftB; Ardamac of WHU.
10-05-2010 @ 4:43AM
My main guild is already three guilds...not because we had so many members, but because we needed more guild bank space to accommodate the needs of lower level toons and alts as well as high level toons, and it made more financial sense to create two guilds with a few tabs than one extra guild with all the tabs. The guilds are divided up into low level, mid level/outland, and Wrath guilds, with the Wrath guild being our main guild. We just use a shared chat channel that everyone in the guilds is set up to join on login. Admittedly, in my guild everyone has a character in the main guild for the most part, but I don't really see why this setup or a similar setup (pvp, leveling, raiding?) wouldn't work for larger guilds too. Sure, it isn't as cool as being able to all be a part of one guild, but it could be a boon for organization, focus on certain areas of the game, and storage, and give other people opportunities to develop leadership by managing the connected guilds.
10-05-2010 @ 3:12PM
So who is this guild?No, WHU is this guild.That's what I said! Who is the guild?No, you said Who, not WHU. WHU is the guild.That's what I'm asking you!/gets the feeling members of WHU (I assume it is a guild) have probably probably heard this a million times before...
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