Today's question comes from a guild leader and raid leader whose team has fallen on tough times.
Why do guilds ask for specific classes or specs when they recruit?
With the release of Warlords we saw one of the game's most dramatic boom-and-bust cycles for recruiting.
With Legion's announcement at Gamescom, players are wondering how their guild will handle the expansion.
What should a guild do when no one wants to be an officer?
When we rebooted Officers' Quarters here at Blizzard Watch thanks to all of you fantastic supporters out there, I immediately had a huge backlog of questions.
This week, Officers' Quarters answers your questions about finding the right guild, using personal loot in guild raids, and deciding between rebuilding your old guild or joining a new one.
At BlizzCon 2009, Blizzard announced sweeping changes to guild systems in Cataclysm, like guild talents and guild achievements.
One question has come up over and over again this year in one form or another.
This week in OQ: a raider asks about revealing their disability to future guilds, a guildless player wonders if other guilds have broken up the same way theirs did, and an officer wants to know if visiting other realms is a good recruiting strategy.