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8-23-2011 @ 10:19AM
This guild too different, and the lack of guild perks doesn't really matter. I can tell you as someone who has ground exalted on several toons it's not actually that hard, you just do all the things you'd be doing to gear up anyway. Changing guilds isn't really a big deal and most of the guild perks don't apply to PvP very much anyway.The problem you have is not that this is a turkish only hardcore PvP guild. The problem is it's not. This guild is a turkish only vanity guild with a guy, his girlfriend and one other person. Someday it may be a hardcore PvP guild, but right now it's not. The guild does't have enough players to field a team and has no rating to speak of. If someone joins this guild what do they get? Four people still can't run a rated battleground. Four people can't even run a PvE instance which isn't what the poster is even looking to do.Now, if it were me trying to start up a turkish only PvP guild, I'd be looking to find some fo the members of the Turkish PvE guilds the OP says exist on his server. I'd start putting a team together with some of the folks from those guilds who are interested in PvP, not asking them to leave their guild, but putting a team together with them. Some of them may join you eventually, but even if they don't, when someone you're attempting to recruit asks about your rating you can tell them. You can offer them a spot on a team which actually exists, proof you can actually do rated BGs, proof that you're actually going to do rated BGs and if people join your guild they will be able to do rated BGs, and you'll prove you aren't yet another vanity guild formed by an IRL couple which will never get off the ground.The OP knows what he wants from a guild, but what does his guild have to offer anyone who joins it? Right now, absolutely nothing, and that's why, despite getting nibbles, he's getting no bites.
8-23-2011 @ 10:20AM
isn't too different, damned comment system.
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