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Posted: Dec 31st 2010 12:36PM Sanador said

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For the new year my main goal is to create a more friendly experience within our guild. When I started I was usually referring to players by their avatar name instead of their actual RL name. I found that doing this really created a barrier amongst our members. We played with each other for almost a year and some people didn't even know each others RL names. Ever since I started acknowledging both old and new members by their RL names they entered in our guild application, I saw a dramatic difference in member "closeness" (hard to find the right word, lol). I also want to continue to use other outlets to connect members such as Facebook which we just started doing outside of our main guild page. Since we added a guild page in FB it really allowed us to see our members as other than the avatars they have in game and also added to the "closeness" factor. I guess my main resolution for 2011 is to get the guild members to really see each other as friends. And last but not least, I want to get a guild T-shirt ready for members to buy if they wish. It's geeky I know, but I love the idea. I know I would where my guild Tshirt with pride.

Posted: Jan 2nd 2011 3:49PM Mike Azariah said

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I still do teach. Do you find that helping other others (especially new players) starts to fall into a lesson?

You break down the skills and try to make sure they know the acronyms and what you mean by each button and tab?

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