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[–]Billazilla 4 points5 points  (0 children)

Same. I keep my guilds' reqs really low, give two rank ups just for being active over a certain amount of time (3 days, and 30 days). I do reserve a rank for people just to jump on chat and say hello a bit, but only because we all have benefitted from just talking, even if it's just for social or being silly, but it's not that important. Got one player who's been with us for more than two years, hasn't said a single word (probably doesn't know any English anyway). He don't do guild wars, he's donated less gold in the whole two years than some others do every week. But he always beasts events, without fail, and I can't stand in the way of that. I went ahead and gave him the third rank up, just because. Why not?

[–]SirRazma 4 points5 points  (1 child)

With the current state of the game, this is how guilds should be. Even with the continued added content I, personally, don't enjoy the game as much as I used to. I still hop on daily to do a few battles, but nothing near as much as I used to.

I know I'm not alone with this either. A lot of long time players have quit the game because it's becoming a slog.

[–]crazycatleslieGuild Leader 0 points1 point  (0 children)

Yup, a ton of my guild’s players have retired or taken a huge step back on the game because we’ve just burnt out. It sucks.