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9-30-2011 @ 8:52PM
The thing is, this was already kinda in place for those in the know. I know 2 guilds who got new guild leaders by talking to a GM who, after checking if the guild leader was inactive for 30 days, passed it to the highest ranking active officer. That's why my guild has specific structure in place that's based on SOCIALIZATION, not progression. If our current guild leader's inactive, the last guild leader is able to take things up. If he's inactive, we have a "successor" rank in place. If they're inactive, we're in some trouble, but the officers are all voted on by the members, so it wouldn't cause a huge amount of drama.Read officer quarters more. 90% of the issues can be solved with making an explicit guild structure and outlining intents. This is another case of that =)
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