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9-30-2011 @ 4:07PM
@relmatos1- A half a year is way too long. I was part of a guild with an inactive leader and guess what happened, after a couple months everyone left. 30 days seems just right to me.2- In a way the GL doed decide this, it goes to the next ranked person. Typically that is either a CO-GL or a high ranking officer. Seems pretty solid to me.3- The problem in they aren't in game, if they were then there'd be no problem. This whole process comes from a GL that isn't able to function as the GL due to not being there.4- There's an even bigger problem with just building a new guild. The guild system itself. The Cata guild system is designed to where once you are invested in a guild you lose quite a bit by leaving it. Sure, you could build up everything all over again, but how many people want to go through that repeatedly?A responsible GL will pass lead to someone trusted if they are going to be gone for an extended period of time. If a GL doesn't do that then there is something wrong and this system seems to be the best solution as far as Blizz is concerned, and I have to say it looks like it's a good one. And as the article said, if you are an active GL you have nothing to worry about.
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