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The worst part of guild membership is, by far, watching a guild die. I've seen guilds die from poor recruiting practices, internal drama, and, in one memorable case, a disgruntled member with /gkick privileges. But the most painful death I ever saw was that of a large casual raiding guild in which I...

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November 30, 2007 at 11:30AM
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Yes, we're stepping once again into the steaming hot gumbo of WoW gender relations -- this time with the delightfully spicy flavor of the Guild Relations forum. Altaan is a female player and the GM of a casual raiding guild with about 80 players. She describes herself as a laid-back leader who let...

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Applications for high-end raiding guilds are kind of like job applications. You have to list your experience, your availability, and why you'd be a better player than every other mage/priest/warrior applying. On the other hand, as an officer or leader of a successful guild, you have tens or hundreds...

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Community manager Eyonix has announced a new guild relations program (or here if you're in the EU), which rewards guilds who positively participate in the Warcraft community.  The invitation-only program is looking for guilds who participate in constructive/helpful discussion on the forums; pos...

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