Dec 29th 2010 11:11AM So items are donated on the left, they drift to the right as the officers fill in the holes, and we strip off the rightmost couple of columns every day. Other than the items that are there all the time, such as bags and enchanting materials, nothing in the bank is more than a couple weeks old.
We have a separate procurement guild.
We have Riding Sholarships for Apprentice through Master's Flying License. A total of 1055 per character. We don't have a scholarship for Artisan Riding or Master Riding.
We cover 35g per day per character in repairs, 75g for Veterans+
Korialstrasz - Alliance - Dark Crusaders - Missanthropy (Guild Leader)
Dec 29th 2010 10:44AM Our bank is uniquely organized in that position indicates AGE.
We ask guildmembers to donate items by rightclicking in their bag, which either stacks an item or lands it to the left of the gap, at the end of the current slush pile.
Our commodity tabs are arranged:
-- We immediately vendo anything worth less the 5s, or 10 if it's a frequently donated items (Fishing Baubles).
-- 5s-5g per item, 10 max per stack (tab 1 - HelpUsHelpYou)
-- 5g-30g per item, 60 max per stack (tab 3 - Citizens)
-- Expensive commodities and enchanting materials (tab 5 - Veterans)
Our equipment tabs are segregated by Auctionner Market Price relative to the require useage level of the equipment. We ecourage folks to use the Auctioneer autoresponder syntax, ? [link] for automatic price checks. A level 15 helm worth 80g is expensive, a level 85 helm worth 80g is cheap, and members are allowed to withdrawn what they can equip immediately, similar to our Need Before Greed rules.
-- Item worth more as materials/cash are disenchanted/vendoed, as are lower level items that are worth less than 20% of their required usage level.
-- 20%-100% of Market/Required Usage, plus 14 slot bags (tab 2 - HelpUsHelpYou)
-- 100% to 400% of Market Price/Required Usage plus 16 slot bags (tab 4 - Citizens)
-- 400%-999% or so plus 20 slot bags (also in tab 5 - Veterans)
Tab 6 is reserves for cloth, bags, and raid potion that we always want to have on hand.
Tab 7 is Pandora's Box, and it's slotted for use with the Level 11 guild perk, Remote Banking. It's for dumping your pockets and we ARE allowing limited withdrawals, just to keep the slush pile interesting.
-- more expensive
Feb 14th 2010 5:14PM We very much use our procurement group to the benefit of the guild. We encourage members to donate stuff that they might otherwise vendo. We use position to indicate age, items drift to the right as they age, and we auction off the unwanted items to raise money for more desirable items, scholarships, and repairs.
I would very much like to see article about the interaction between guilds and procurement efforts.
Further, cash earns no interest in WoW. If your money is just sitting there, it's purely a lost opportunity.
Sep 1st 2009 10:35AM http://www.warcraftrealms.com/charhistory.php nicely accomplishes what you are suggesting.
May 27th 2009 10:00AM One of the Captains in our guild is also the smelly world Mayor of a small town. Imagine our delight with http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2009/05/22/jw-lown-popular-texas-may_n_206884.html, which isn't explicitely guild drama, but it's DRAMA to die for.
"Mayor of small Texas town resigns to pursue gay relationship with illegal immigrant."
It's hard to top that.
Apr 7th 2009 1:13PM There is an additional point that is subtle, but very important.
If officer X is involved in the original conflict, officer Y should be responsible for closure.
"The officers have discussed your issues. You need more work on your tanking skills if you want to be part of our A-team."