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12-07-2011 @ 10:53AM
Many can't read instructions in the guild finder to go to the website and follow our actual application process there. We require people to come RP with us for a time and read our website materials, as we're a RP guild with a specific theme; some characters (and players) simply will not fit. We don't allow DK's in the guild for IC reasons (though several of us have DK alts in related guilds and we'll RP with some DKs), or warlocks who IC summon demons (there are a few who use the demons as OOC). It's in the brief space allowed by the Finder. It's in letters I send to people who use our finder before I remove them from it. I'm very clear that we don't recruit from it, we want to meet them in game to chat and RP, and see a detailed IC app on our forum before we do our IC interview (it's an organization, so kinda like a job interview, with less pressure, and not that many details required, and people love our IC interview process). It's a lot about patience and showing you can follow simple directions by just reading and comprehending what people try to explain. Much more likely to get along if you can listen to others in the group as we play together.Even if someone doesn't have the best spelling or is that strong on their lore, if they can follow those instructions from the guild finder/my letters to the forum and work with us, I'll take them any day over someone who refuses to read our IC and OOC policies and is just asking for a ginvite. I also make it clear the guild itself isn't a raid guild; we run with a sister guild for instances and raiding, and we're only glvl 14. Keeps a lot of people looking for more progression than RP away.
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