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1-10-2011 @ 5:16PM
I was an officer in a guild for quite a while and it's a tough job, especially when you can see the guild going downhill. I really enjoyed this article and it has so many valid points when you look at things from the other side of a guild collapse. It's just amazing how much a dedicated officer core can make to a guild of any sort. You can't just have officers who are there; they have to be actively participating in the running of the guild. You get what you put into a guild but the officers are the ones who have to put in the most.This isn't just good advice to people who are running a guild though. This is also good advice to people who are wondering if the guilds they're in are healthy and likely to continue.
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