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5-02-2011 @ 2:14PM
I used this for my guild and I haven't found any quality players through it, but it's always nice to have another way to recruit.First a note, you do not need to create a new character, type /gf and you will be able to access the guild finder.We include our raid times and pvp times, our website and a little bit about us which I would also definitely recommend. We are an end game guild but tried "all levels" as a way to have people find us on their alts. We found that this gave us way too many level 1s with no notes so we changed it back to max levels only.
5-02-2011 @ 3:46PM
It's good to know that anyone can access the Guild Finder tool, guilded or not. The /gf command is rather intuitive (and a bit funny to me because it makes me think "girlfriend").
5-02-2011 @ 8:32PM
I had the inverse problem while looking at guilds, I found a bunch of new level one guilds many of which had fewer than 5 people whose only message was "Join us before we make the big time and start rejecting people!" Out of the 50 or so guilds I saw only around 5-7 looked worthwhile and all of them were above level 10. Is there a way to filter out based on level, time in existence, or similar factor? If not Blizzard please add one!
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