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10-03-2011 @ 2:29PM
Another good point (repeated oft by the WoW Insiders) is to make sure to make a clearly written guild charter with the guild rules and goals. If there's a common problem with new people (such as insulting comments) or you simply want everyone to go through some sort of trial period, write it down. That way, when you tell people they can't join, you can cite the passage in the charter as an objective reason.Assuming you're careful in writing the charter, it'll also help during applications with informing prospective members about the type of guild they're asking to join.
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