My guild is a super-serious guild. We'll apply ourselves and kill bosses, and we'll patiently listen on Vent as our raid leader explains strats. And then someone will hop on a White Hawkstrider, and others will follow suit. While patiently listening, someone will invariably hit the spacebar, and others will follow, until our raid leader finally realizes his careful explanations in Vent are being done to a soundtrack of quietly obnoxious, screeching birds. It's all in fun, I swear! We're totally serious raiders.
Today we've got a few posts from around the blogosphere regarding raid guilds, recruitment, and other serious topics of conversation.
- World of Matticus has a few suggestions on maximizing your recruiting time.
- Jaded Alt talks about the differences between teaching new applicants or simply kicking them.
- Manalicious shares some ideas on avoiding the formation of cliques in guilds.
- Big Bear Butt shares a blast from the past and a reminder of the perils of Karazhan raiding.
Is there a story out there we ought to link or a blog we should be following? Just leave us a comment, and you may see it here tomorrow! Be sure to check out our WoW Resources Guide for more WoW-related sites.