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3-20-2012 @ 8:56PM
The writer worries me when he says that the transfer "was decided mostly by top officers", and that they're willing to accept leaving people behind. If the leaders are willing to abandon half of their raid team for a chance at cracking the top 200, they're going to have a tough time building a reputation on the other server, where they have to compete with a wider array of raiding guilds and there's little cost to jumping ship.Then again, this is just my interpretation of one person's account. Maybe the leaders don't like being a training guild because the volatile roster prevents the guild from developing its own history and culture. Maybe they feel the move would lead to a more stable team and happier players.
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