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6-27-2011 @ 7:44PM
You should post your letter (or something similar) in public for the guild to read. There is no reason to keep it anonymous. There is nothing insulting here, and the honesty may be appreciative and helpful.I don't know how good the communication is in your guild, but seeing this letter may motivate some people. Your lazy players may just be genuinely oblivious. It also lets the people who have been trying and preparing know what the hold up is, if it wasn't already obvious. And to everyone, it demonstrates that the leadership cares about the issue.It's honest and blunt, no sugarcoating. You're basically saying "the leadership is trying very hard to get this raid off the ground because we want to serve those members who are putting in the effort to raid but don't yet have a team to, but we can only do so much. The ball is in your court, guild."
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