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1-02-2012 @ 9:47AM
Just because you are recruiting doesn't mean you accept all applicants. Be discriminating in who you accept. 'Recruiting' does not mean 'open enrollment.'I've been a member and officer of a casual, social adult guild for over six years.We are relatively small, and we have trouble fielding a ten-man raid team sometimes. For example, right now we aren't really raiding because one of our tanks left for SWTOR (damn you, Jor!).We are also in a state of semi-permanent recruitment, since we are fairly small (250 or so members, with 30 or 40 actual active members). That having been said, we don't by any means accept every single applicant that applies on our website. Rather, we accept maybe one or two new applicants every six months or so. Don't let the idea that your casual utopia will be flooded with scruffy newcomers discourage you from recruiting. Rather, look at it as a way to find like-minded individuals who would fit well with your unique guild atmosphere.
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