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12-21-2010 @ 1:57AM
The point being missed in all of these comments is that Blizzard has put this small guild limitation in place to prevent people from simply making solo guilds.I have my own small alt guild, simply for the storage space and easy sharing between my 2 accounts.They don't want this type of guild getting leveled up.The rules as they stand now favor guild consolidation. I want my hunter to be leveled up, he will no longer stay in my alt guild, he will go into my mains guild to get the perks I will never be able , or even bother to try, to provide.The intention of this model is crystal clear. There are too many small guilds.Guild perks and levels will lead to guild consolidation.It is the desired intent.If you have a 4 man guild, you are either not trying to recruit, which basically puts you in the same boat as my solo guild, or you are doing it wrong.Even a 4 man guild is ok too , as long as you understand you WILL be operating at a disadvantage.As far as recruitment and retention goes, recruitment and retention are always constant issues for every guild.This will not change. While the small guilds WILL be at a disadvantage, there are always people who "go for the underdog" or "enjoy a challenge".That will favor small guilds, also small guilds that want to recruit should remember to not just look for 85's. Sometimes the new players, sometimes they stay on long term.Just some bits from my mind for ya all to chew on.
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