View Full Version : Defining your guild's attitude: (now is the time)

12-09-2008, 01:39 PM
Hi all,
This is just a little something that I've been thinking about lately,
which I thought I would share for others, since I imagine many are in
the same place. Also, many may disagree, so that could provide good
discussion and insight.

It's been less than a month since release, several/many folks in your guild
have reached 80, you may even have some naxx clears and beyond going.
And you have some folks taking their time.

I think it's really important to not neglect those still in the leveling process.
It's my belief that a guild is only as strong as it's weakest link and that
guild attitudes are formed during this time. If you bill your guild as "helpful"
make sure to try to be helpful :) Particularly for 25 mans, everyone in
your guild will be important.

In fact, everyone in your guild should be considered important regardless!
(simple rule for life: treat people as you would like to be treated).
We will all be 80 for a long time, but people will remember how they were
treated/if they were helped/if they could get guild instance runs, from this
formative point in their game-play. Don't let opportunities to make
positive impressions, and to reinforce guild attitudes pass you by.

Caveat: I'm in a casual raiding guild with strong social connections.
We were an early BT guild before the patch, and raided 1-2 times per week
for 3-4 hrs (later we reached 3 times a week).

And in a completely unrelated postfix, where did all the warlocks go? :cool:

12-09-2008, 01:52 PM
where did all the warlocks go?

They all re-rolled prot warriors.