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3-20-2012 @ 4:14PM
I have no experience with guild transfers but have seen character transfers be quite successful. Sometimes, peoples' schedules or play styles simply don't mesh with their current server/guild. In that case, transferring can be a blessing.Perhaps your officers are feeling this conflict right now? Guilds often promote the most avid players to officer positions: people who always show up ready to raid and will spend extra time helping gear others of giving them tips. Unfortunately, this can cause a divide where your officers are more keen on progression than the your other raid members. Your officers may be tempted to jump to a server that accommodates their goals (speedy progression) but feel obligated to throw a line to the rest of you. This way they aren't "killing" the guild, just changing it's face.It's a difficult position for all sides. :(
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