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1-23-2011 @ 8:40AM
Agreed, it is really the people and the social environment that make or break a guild. However, that's only the first step. If people enter the atmosphere and can't breathe, they leave. The next thing people look for is activities: Does the guild do the activities I like? For me, that's Raiding. I think that this third thing most people look for comes after being in the guild for a while, but it's cohesion. Does the guild do things I like, in a way that I like to do them? To give you an example of a difference in cohesion take Raiding for an example: some guilds are laid back, "we'll down the boss when he get's down" types, others are goal oriented, server/world first guilds who aim to be the first, and best, at everything.If you can find those three things in a guild then you can usually be happy there.
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