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8-22-2011 @ 8:56PM
I actually disagree with the advice to switch from turkish-only to turkish-friendly. On my realm (Terenas-EU, a small, old and not very well progressed realm) we have multiple non-english guilds who are pretty succesfull. At least 1 danish, swedish and a few dutch guilds. Those countries combined have less residents then Turkey. So even though the "WoW-penetration" in Turkey will probably not be as high as that of western/northern European countries, the potential playerbase is quite huge. Especially when you plan to do something "hardcore" in WoW. Rated Battlegrounds (along with high-end progression raiding) require good and fast communication. Being able to speak in your native language is a big plus in those scenarios (Paragon is strictly Finnish afaik).I'd make sure you are recruiting "active, Turkish members to help build up you fresh pvp-guild". Offcourse, you can even try to recruit cross-realm by advertising on the forums or in other realms in trade, but that might prove to be quite difficult. (You don't want to recruit the players anyway who're only interested in joining a level 25 guild...)You might get more lucky by looking at Turkish WoW-fansites, and recruiting on those. Perhaps you can somehow check if there are some European servers which have multiple Turkish players. Not every realm is evenly balanced with players across Europe. It's very well possible you've to migrate to another server for your guild to be succesfull.
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