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10-05-2010 @ 2:24PM
Ugh, I can't tell if this will reply to my comment thread or tag at the bottom. Alexandra hit exactly what taint is all about. We're building a community, a progressive, tolerant community for lgbt people (or really any ally or marginalized group) in an arena (gaming) that isn't always gracious. The officers of Taint worked very hard managing multiple guilds through g2g, which will be used again, but it's a lot of work managing a network of sister guilds over one, albeit massive, social guild. I'll tell you that, as far as the guild achievements go, I couldn't care less. I'm happy to split my toons up, but it seems that others have hit upon the fact that a guild cap seems to solely fox their guild rep problems while creating new social/networking ones.
10-05-2010 @ 2:44PM
I suspect what you need are better tools. You might collect the most annoying issues you have and describe them on the Suggestions forum.Could you describe here what benefits Guild2Guild (which I presume is what you use) has over privately created chat channels?For bonus points, what specific changes would you want to see in created chat channel functionality that would make Guild2Guild unnecessary? Or perhaps what changes in Guild2Guild would make it so you could use the private chat channel as a replacement for guild/officer chat?
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