In the last column of Officer's Quarters, I provided tips on dealing with someone who implies they know more about how to run your guild than you do.
Of all the aspects of guild leadership, the one I'm asked about most frequently is recruiting.
Many players are generally unhappy with Legion's most recent patch, 7.2.
This week, a military service member comes home to a dead roster and wants to know whether he should revive it into a new Mythic+ guild.
This week, Tom Chilton told Polish gaming magazine PIXEL that WoW is back up over the 10 million subscribers mark.
Many times over the past nine years of Officers' Quarters I've recommended a set of written policies for your guild.
Another WoW expansion, another interminable WoW content lull.
This week's question comes from Twitter: [question][from]@Rama2930 asked[/from][body]Just came back to my Warr (for legion).
Creating a WoW guild is no small endeavor.
Recruiting for a raiding guild, especially one with Mythic aspirations, is one of the toughest jobs out there for WoW officers.