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Thursday, October 29, 2009

Guilds, Guildmasters and Members

Most of the time Players join a certain guild in game because of benefits that they can rip from such affiliation. But looking into the bigger picture of guilds, guild masters and members is the complexity of leadership and membership. The fact that the Guild Masters has the responsibility to keep its underlings organized and free from corruption, members too have the responsibility to keep it this way.

One must think what he/she can do for the betterment of the guild so that the guild itself can give back what one is wishing for. Needless to say, the irresponsiveness and irresponsibleness of most of the members is pulling the guild downward, like a crab mentality ! A best example is the collection of the tax. Sign of the lord is one of the most common tax in game a small collectible item via mob droppings. How many players in your guild do you think that supports this mandatory requirement in game? I guess about 30% of the total population. Most guild members keep whining about this rule, but are very willing during LOT hunting! We must remember that a Guild is a body of players with a common interest and goal that work together to achieve what they wanted to.

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