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9-19-2011 @ 4:53PM
All depends on the size of the guild IMO. When I was a GL in TBC and WOTLK, I did one officer for every 20 members (in addition to myself), and told them that if we dropped in active members, what order they would be demoted in. I did this so that I had help with the guild when I needed it, and I never ran into the situation I see often is that a guild surges, then crests and declines a little and you end up with more officers than members. I would suggest 2 officers, one preferably that plays at odd hours (overnight or early morning) and the other that plays "primetime" (when the moat people are online). That way you have someone to help out when there are many people online and someone to handle problems/opportunities when your not able to.Just make sure they are people you trust!
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