Oct 26th 2010 9:39AM Once again the finger is pointed towards *the hardcore raider*.
Where does this happen? it feels like a moot issue, perhaps even constructed to fill a tuesday column.
If this indeed is happening, perhaps you are not recruiting ex hardcore players at all; rather raiders that have cycled through server opportunity, and due to their social ineptitudes, are now having to search *for the next best things* in terms of opportunity.
This article makes the progression intensive guilds come across as a faceless cold structures. this is wrong. at the heart of a raiding guild is a social situation that operates in the same manner as a casual guild; friendship building, experience sharing, which requires the same social characteristics as any worthwhile guild; whatever their intent.
just be aware of the server unwanteds
Oct 26th 2010 9:11AM Crutches = Hunter Wep