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1-02-2012 @ 2:54PM
We actually have similar "hoops" to joining our guild (described in my own post above), and it's never been a problem for finding new members, either by word of mouth, forum posting, or guild finder. But we also stick to the idea that we are primarily a small casual RP guild with a specific IC concept--that is a big chunk of where it sounds your old GL went wrong, she didn't know what she really wanted to do (had similar issues with someone like that in BC, she changed the guild's concept weekly for a month with no discussion or input from anyone). We do have some folks learning to dungeon and raid, who then work with our sister guild to do so if they have the time and inclination. We don't grow fast, but we keep pretty steady on long term members and new blood--it depends on their reason for being there and wanting to join to begin with. If they like the people and the RP, for instance, the hoops aren't so bad; honestly, they're mostly reading comprehension and waiting for real life schedules to align.
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