Mar 18th 2007 1:54PM I feel kind of stupid asking, as I get the feeling that I've missed it somewhere in the article, but I'll go ahead anyway. For blogger or columnist, should the sample articles/posts be submitted in separate documents (.doc or some other format perhaps?) or should they be added at the end of the e-mail? I'm going to assume added as an attachment in a separate article, but I want to make sure.
Feb 2nd 2007 4:27PM Thanks once again for taking the time to answer my questions, I had a lot of fun reading them over, and hopefully the rest of your readers do as well.
Feb 1st 2007 8:45PM I just hit 68 on my Druid today and trained my flight form. It is definitely an awesome ability and a ton of fun to mess around with.
Nov 28th 2006 9:50AM I actually prefer being a guild leader a great deal. Possibly because my experience being an officer in someone else's guild, and being a peon in someone else's guild, have been horrible. Mind you this was mostly because the guild leader there was an idiot who didn't know what he was doing.
For the most part it has been fairly easy running a guild because of the way myself and my officers decided to set things up. We accepted only just over the amount needed to successfully go on raids for the point we were at, that meant we got around 20-25 people together when we were working on ZG and stopped accepting applications. As we progressed through ZG and started the 40 man instances we doubled that number and then stopped altogether again.
Doing things this way has worked well for us in several ways, one by nearly wiping out any issues with loot, the guild as a whole is geared faster and also it has stopped the problem, to a great degree, of having older members have problems with new ones. Everyone pretty much gets along.
We also set up a strict policy about issues with other players, that being, if we know about the issue, you've already broken the rule. Basically, sometimes people will annoy each other, that's life, don't bring it up to the guild, you should be the only person that knows about it, and then you should get over it. The guild really seems to like that policy.