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9-19-2011 @ 4:06PM
The only thing I would add is it is nice to have a few of your more active/trusted members to be officers so they can invite new members to your guild. If you are the only officer / guild leader, then new folks can only be considered for guild membership when you are online.
9-19-2011 @ 9:51PM
I'd care to disagree. Just because you trust them, doesn't mean they're good officers, or even want the job. Make leadership transparent. Social guilds are the ones where corruption is going to be called out the most. Put stuff in writing in make it so that people can see the rules and agree to them before they join.
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