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7-11-2011 @ 4:32PM
This is addressing the writer since he didn't list any name...The only important factor in your decision is will you continue to have fun or not. In the end all of your questions/concerns reach that point. If leading the guild is going to be fun for you then go for it. If you are just trying to regain some former glory well...it's time to jump ship and move to a new guild or server.Keep in mind that taking leadership of a dying guild is essentially the same as starting from scratch. Your not going to pick up 5 people, and start raiding again. You're recruiting 25-50 new people and weeding out the bad/potential-less players. Letting them level up, gear up, and then taking them through 1000 raid wipes to see if they have the capacity to learn and work together.To me that sounds like a real pain in the backside. Honestly, all that comfort and familiarity your trying to hold onto is easy to replace. Most of us would have quit by now if that wasn't the truth.
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