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4-12-2011 @ 8:56AM
"1. The promoted player must want the position. Don't pressure him or guilt him into taking over."Pretty much what happened to me. We went from a 10 man progression raiding guild(with 1 hardcore progression group and 2 more casual 10man groups) to nothing in about 5minutes. We all hearth back from a raid one night, after some really good attempts on heroic content, and all the sudden the GM whispers me and starts revealing all these plans they've had(the GM, all of the officers and a few other members) to quit and make me GM. A position I didn't want. After running a large clan in Lineage 2 for 4 years I already knew I wanted nothing to do with guild leadership again in WoW.So we lost the entire core of the guild in the span of 5 minutes. There was only 1 other person who even tried to help me keep the guild going, and everyone else who was left seemed to just whine and complain about us not doing a good enough job. I did my best to try and salvage what was left but soon it felt as if we were just rearranging the deck chairs on the Titanic.
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