As some of the insane political tactics in recent weeks remind us, we're less than a month away from election day in America. On. Nov. 6, nearly all Americans will have the opportunity to vote. Guilds don't often work that way, but should they? This week, one officer wonders whether his new guild leader is giving too much voting power to the masses.
I recently stepped down from being the leader of my guild due to obligations outside of World of Warcraft.
Before I stepped down, I placed a new system in effect that is very similar to a city council at the request of the existing members. I selected our five current officers and myself as councilmen.
I appointed a trusted friend of mine as the new guild leader/council chairman, and he has some pretty colorful ideas as to how our guild's structure should work.
My friend feels that our guild should allow members who have been active to become councilmen, like us, giving them an equal vote on all issues.
Quite frankly this scares the heck out of me.
Filed under: Officers' Quarters (Guild Leadership)