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1-24-2011 @ 3:52PM
I think in your situation, honesty is the best policy. Be upfront with your members about what's going on. Screenshot and post on your guild forums to detail the ugly behavior from the other guild master so your rank and file can see the sorts of jerks that they seem to be.In general, progression puts a lot of stress on a guild and its one of the key points where good officers can make a huge difference. Everyone learns the encounter at a different rate and for some fast learning players, they are going to feel/express frustration at the progress of their slower comrades. As an officer, there are two things that are crucial for the health of your guild.1. You need to show that you know the encounter and your guild and have developed a strategy for the fight that addresses both factors. You also need to show that you're willing and able to modify this strategy as needed when its not working. 2. Identify players who are underperforming/not learning from their mistakes and figure out a way to help them or be willing to replace them. This is a key to keeping your veteran players in line.
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