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10-09-2010 @ 5:18PM
I don't see why this change was needed, but okay...whatever. If you are in a guild of 600, I defy you to tell me you actually have anything to do with more than 100-200 people in the guild, if that. There is actually a psycho-social phenomenon describing the maximum number of people you can have a friendly, engaged relationship with (Dunbar's Number), and the punchline is that it is less than 200. =) And what is more, you don't have to be in the same guild as someone to socialize. There are a very few number of guilds in the world that have that many members (outside of Beta...), and they fit into 2 categories:1.) Slutty Guilds that invite anyone and everyone to see there member count get really big2.) E-Famous guilds who actually accept people who track them down and ask to be included (Ensidia had special guilds for that) Neither will miss the excess of players
10-11-2010 @ 9:06AM
If you argue that your guild needs to be huge because you are social, but each player has 10 toons in the guild. Then the question is why does each player need to have 10 characters in the guild?Social is really just using the game for chat. I guess this is one of those cases that Real ID would have solved, but the “social” people don’t trust each other enough to become Real ID friends. /shrug
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