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12-21-2010 @ 9:33AM
Thanks Szass. That is a different POV because I tend to think of us as small. Just because we have 80 individual accounts doesn't mean we have 80 people on at the same time. Several of those are parent/child or husband/wife who share computers. Several are inactive and I'm struggling with what to do about them because they were contributing members but haven't played in 6 months, or more, for various reasons. I would say I have 25-30 active members. Those people, as of last night, 12-20, had pushed us 82% to level 5. I have college and high school kids who can spend a day gaming and they are loving all the stuff they can do. It was our high school kids who got us 2 of the horde slayer categories. It can be really tough for small guilds to compete with server firsts and endgame raiding, but we have always taken the approach that it's not about being first. It's about the journey. For us, that seems to be working.
12-21-2010 @ 1:30PM
I would suggest then just counting average active members to determine if you're big/small/whatever. Having dormant guildies doesn't help or hurt you really, other than make your guild roster bigger. Go at your own pace, your guild will get there eventually.
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