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1-23-2012 @ 10:47AM
No, I don't think just signing gives you ownership. However, my point is that Blizzard requires more than one person to create the guild, and yet, once those sigs are gotten, only one person owns it. Like I said, though, how it should work is wasted debate since we have no control over it other than to just tell Blizzard we don't like it.I think they could deduce that participation in the guild or some other factors should give players some say in how it goes.
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