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Old 09-28-2014, 11:04 PM
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I'm not sure if this has been brought up lately, I honestly haven't taken the time to sift through this thread. But something needs to be done to make it harder to a) create a guild and b) maintain a guild. We currently have almost 50 guilds, and the demand for this guilds is just not that large.
I am a guild owner myself, and even though we are ranked somewhat decent for having 3 members, it is extremely difficult to find members, because they just aren't out there.
Any suggestions on a way to maybe make guilds harder to keep? By this I mean, the most active players will remain owners, and those who show up once in a blue moon will no longer be able to have a guild. This could eliminate the guilds that are actually no longer really cared for, making it easier for those of us who are remaining active to reel in some new members and build.



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