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5-16-2011 @ 10:31PM
I guess the only thing I would add, is a dis-qualifier.. anyone who has demanded they be first or they will leave. People with that level of entitlement and self importance deserve to be shown the door.People by and large have a sense of entitlement that they just deserve x with no reasons for why beyond "it's just fair that it go to me". These people should not be the first to receive the Dramawrath, I mean Dragonwrath.I might also add that if at all possible making the first person to receive the item be a non-officer can take the sting out of the process a little for your membership. while I agree officers don't get what they deserve as far as rewards due to the level of responsibility they have, the officers themselves should be the first ones to see the need to promote harmony over a gear upgrade for themselves.
5-17-2011 @ 8:37AM
In many guilds, being an officer is a perk in, and of, itself. While in theory officers have a large amount of responsibility, in many cases it's actually only 1-3 folks at the top doing all of the real work. The rest do other tasks, like stirring up trouble, strutting around in a self-important manner, and demanding unearned respect.Great officers are the folks who put the guild, as an organization, ahead of their own goals. They're the kind of people who would do as you suggest, and have a non-officer work on a legendary first. The rest are the same people that will figure that they deserve it by virtue of all of the hard work they, as officers, put in.
5-17-2011 @ 9:45AM
Zubbie, if your officers are acting like that, it's a failure by the Guild Leader in appointing them an officer or allowing them to continue to act in such a manner while remaining an officer. With that said I will add the additional caveat that douchebags, in all their forms don't deserve a legendary at all.
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