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5-09-2011 @ 3:50PM
Wow. Just wow.A guild that was willing to recruit, and accept a second individual along with the first, just so they could guild together. And then, was willing to sub that second person in, and essentially carry them while they geared up.And that guild gets spit on, not only by the new recruits, but someone who was part of the original team? I'm with the rest of the folks here: /gkick 'em, and get some new blood.Man, when I think about how rare that kind of guild is, and the opportunity they offered, it makes me almost sick that someone is pulling kind of crap. It's hard enough to find a progression guild that will take you when you're already geared and knowledgeable, much less when you're still building up. Some of us would kill for a chance like that.
5-09-2011 @ 4:03PM
If you ever find yourself on Runetotem (US-H)....... :D -whistles innocently-Like I was saying in a reply to Galestrom on the post above/page before, there's an inherent folly-- an invitation for drama, if you will-- by guaranteeing raid spots during recruitment. People should be joining a guild for the guild itself; stuff like raids and not having to pug a dungeon group are just perks. That's why we just don't do it. If you do get in on a raid, that's great, but don't come into the guild expecting to be handed things left and right the moment you walk through the door. That's not how a community works, and certainly not how a team works.
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