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8-26-2011 @ 1:06PM
I have the issue where I'm a GM of a Family/Friends/Coworker guild. I am the GM, I am an Officer, I am a raider. While I do have other officers to assist when we're doing progression, it is quite a burden to take on in this kind of guild setting which is often just the same as when all of our family and/or friends are hanging out in person as well. This article is a very good read, and I agree with it, but much of it is difficult to adhere to in our type of guild environment. This is for a much more strict type of guild, and those guilds are likely already practicing these kinds of guidelines.
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