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7-11-2011 @ 2:12PM
I spent far too long trying to turn things back around to how they used to be in my old guild before finally breaking away to create my own. If you don't like how things are going I'm all about making it happen however possible.Part of me was hostage to our high guild level, perhaps a part of me nervous to be in charge of something that could fail. I only have 4 friends to play with right now, but those 4 players are much more enjoyable to play with than the 200+ filler that was left after our core group broke up my the old guild.My advice I suppose is, don't be afraid to step up to the plate to turn things around for your guild or for yourself, this could be as simple as having conversations with officers in your guild and setting goals and re-establishing policy. Good Luck!
7-11-2011 @ 5:23PM
Dead on, Sushi. If you care about your guild, you sometimes have to rise to the occasion and take on some of the burden. I personally resisted this for years of gaming and some of my favorite guilds fell apart because of people like me =(Learn it now, and do something about it if you really care.That being said, if you leave, make sure the next guild you join explicitly states how ranks work and are earned. Make sure there's some sort of policy on the functions of the guild in general (as Mr. Andrews seems to have to stress more and more often). Far too many guilds have either raw progress or "a nice GM," and when one of those wavers, the guild goes to hell.
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