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1-24-2012 @ 8:22AM
#2 - so all progresion oriented guilds can now demand you skip server after the raid Wed night, thur night, fri night, sat night etc so you get 7 full raids in per week to max out progression. Hmmmm think this is wrong.Next problem - is one you dont think of in the US as much - what about language? In mumble do you speak polygot so everyone understands? Stick to one language? So the number of servers is divided by the languages as some are language specific. Even in america I am sure there are different languages (French canadians, Mexians, foreign nationals, heck even the 'gang speak')#3 - teams only...so flexibilty is out the window eh? So what if fred the tank cant make it tonight - ok we cant raid then as we only have him in the team? What about the rest of the guild? This is too specialisted, and too exclusive.(As well as Elitist).And lastly (perversly) #1I actually agree - the guild should NOT be as important with the perks. But I believe the guild XP thing is a mistake, as it could lead to people hawking their 'XP' on the open market, or trying to blackmail their guild etc etc.I think guild rep should be handled differently as well, guild rep should suffer loss when you leave a guild, but it should be easier to grind back up with a new guild. Something like 10-20% loss when you leave guild, with each time you leave guild within a month adding to the loss of rep (quickly) like 15% first time, 30% second time, 60% third time, 100% all subsequent times. This will help with the guild skippers, while not significantly impacting the people who have to change guild for various reasons (moving server due to RL, guild disbanding, etc etc).#4 When PVP gear is no longer allowed in PVE situations, THEN and ONLY THEN would I even think about possibly agreeing with you. Your PVP gear spoils my PVE - but its ok then, but now the PVE gear spoils PVP - its a problem?
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