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9-26-2011 @ 9:40AM
My guild just found itself in a similar situation; a blow-up over a decision by the officers led to half our raid setting off on their own. We've just started recruiting, but it's not easy. We've had people join and then quit in the same day, for reasons that are never clear. Not wanting to stick around in the aftermath of drama? Impatient for the rebuilding part? Hard to say. It sucks losing people you trust, but there's just no substitute for sticking it out. And if you're one of those people looking for a new guild to raid with? Don't be a jerk. Ask about the state of the guild before you join, and if you decide to quit the same day, tell someone about it. And don't accept gear or mats from somebody to get geared up before leaving, and don't take everything from the guild bank that isn't nailed down.Stupid sociopaths.
9-26-2011 @ 3:45PM
I still don't completely understand why you would let brand spanking new guild members have any access to a guild bank, or at least very much access. People lie on applications and in interviews, and some lie very very well. Limit access to two or three stacks a day in the random tab, and see how they do for a probationary period. Then give them more freedom and see what they do.
9-26-2011 @ 4:01PM
All guild members start with basic access to the general tab. It's limited, but you can use it to pass around stuff for alts or deposit stuff someone else might use. And yet, those people will still grab the most valuable thing t hey can find in there (usually a few Cata-greens or some stacks of food) and then skedaddle. As I said: Sociopaths.
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