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12-13-2010 @ 6:44PM
@(cutaia) Your "ridiculously easy" is more like "barely obtainable" for some small guilds. Now the "pretty easy" is more like "freaking impossible". For smaller friends/family guilds it can be a challenge to even get 4 or 5 people to get together to do a guild run of an instance. I'm foreseeing the guild I'm in completely stall at level 3 or 4 now because once we're done leveling to 85 there will be no way to gain more guild experience (or guild rep) at any reasonable rate. In the last couple of years we have partnered with a few other like guilds so that the people who wanted to could raid. Unfortunately I see this wiping out guild partnering as everyone is much better off just merging them all together. I think there is only one simple fix and that is for Blizzard to make it so the guild experience needed to level is determined by the number of accounts in the guild. This will achieve two things:1. All guilds will have the same opportunity to level at the same pace depending on how active their membership is.2. It will give an incentive to the larger guilds to weed out and streamline their membership.I say accounts tied to guild as not to harm altoholics. Guilds with 5 RL People with 10 characters each should not be held to the same standards as guilds with 50 RL people in them.
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