Officers’ Quarters: Guilds in the Battle for Azeroth BlizzCon dropped quite a few bombs on the WoW community: classic WoW realms, game-wide level scaling, and a new expansion. In the WoW Systems panel, Blizzard also announced a slew of new features to help us organize and communicate with other players.
Officers’ Quarters: The boom/bust cycle of recruiting Of all the aspects of guild leadership, the one I’m asked about most frequently is recruiting. It’s no surprise — this is probably the most critical, life-or-death task that a raiding guild’s leaders have to accomplish.
Officers’ Quarters: Four ways Blizzard can help guilds Many players are generally unhappy with Legion‘s most recent patch, 7.2. The gated content, the Nethershard grind, the rep grind to unlock flight, and short-lived Broken Shore buildings have not been well received.
Officers’ Quarters: A guild member’s “moral problem” What can you do as an officer when you think one of your guild members is in a problem relationship? This week, an officer is losing a raider to the raider’s boyfriend and she’s wondering if there’s anything she can do.
Officers’ Quarters: Coping with a guild leader’s passing There’s no easy way to introduce this subject. I’ll just let the question speak for itself.
Officers’ Quarters: Raiding in the Legion economy There’s no debating that the cost of raiding has skyrocketed in Legion. The prices of consumables and gear enhancements are at an all-time high. With many guilds worried about attendance, one raider wonders, is raiding asking too much from players?