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4-12-2011 @ 9:52AM
Unfortunately, the absent Guild Leader also has to be willing to hand over the guild.I had a guild back in BC where the GL stopped showing up because "RL had gotten busier." We were a casual raiding guild and his departure left deep cuts: We were short on healers and he was a lead heal, only he could kick, invite, promote and demote, this was back before guild banks were implemented and so our "Guild Bank" was a character on his account.We begged him to had over leadership to someone, but he was adamant about keeping the title. He told us that we could tell his playing RL friend if we needed someone kicked, etc, and he'd log on (sooner or later) and take care of it (didn't tend to happen). He'd log on for 15-ish minutes once a month, purely so we couldn't take advantage of the 30day thing.It ended up being a huge morale blow to the guild, and people dropped like flies. The officers made a plan to create a new guild, but by then so many people had left and they were still having arguments about implementing certain rules that they ended up encouraging guildies to look to other guilds.
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