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4-12-2011 @ 3:25AM
I think it is very important that a GM is supported by at least 2 officers who are there to co-run a guild... Firstly because with even a smallish guild one person will eventually find it tiring organising everyone and everything. Secondly, a GM may want to change the way a guild oeprates and as such needs to have support.. if an unpopular decision is made then he/she needs support to back up new ideas.My case, an old guild. GM decided one day to split the raiding element of the guild... i.e. himself and the other hardcore raiders (about 12 of them). Suddenly a massive divide between the casual and not so casual. I was disappointed with this, then even more so when one of the officers (a hardcorist) posted in the forum that she was amazed by what had happened and that she was leaving because of it - I'd considered her an almost second-in-command, so for her to not know about it suggested that there wasn't really any discussion in the upper echelons about the guild. This scared me.
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