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1-02-2012 @ 2:48PM
We have in our policies that we kick because a guild thrives on activity, and with the unfortunate reality of inactive accounts and hackers, it's a precaution to minimize damage. We let people back in (and they're likely to auto-rejoin our chat channel in most cases, or manually join out of habit) and ask for a re-invite.If people are aware of the policy and the reasons it exists from the get-go, there's nothing disconcerting about it; at most, it's temporarily inconvenient. Also, they lose nothing in the way of rep or other perks so long as they don't join another guild before rejoining the original one.
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