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10-03-2011 @ 2:24PM
Rejection is the hardest thing for a human being to deal with; even if it's for perfectly legitimate reasons and there are no hard feelings or intent to offend, there's always the potential for the rejected party to get pissed off and hold a grudge. It's just human nature, it seems, to desire acceptance and react harshly if that desire is not fulfilled. Implementing an application system is a good way to soften the blow, make the decision impersonal...but have contingency plans ready in the event that a rejected applicant doesn't take it well and decides to start trying to slander your guild to the rest of the server. You don't want to log in one night and discover that Trade Chat is erupting with arguments between the rejected applicant and some lower-ranked guildies who just happened to notice this guy's ranting and decided to do something about it.
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