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The Guild Leader's Handbook by Scott F. Andrews

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Drama Is Natural

When you ask a player about himself or his gaming history on guild applications, you can gain basic insight into which Player Personality Class he reflects. Because it's difficult to place someone in a class accurately until you've really gotten to know him, it is nearly inevitable that you will recruit players from opposing classes.

Some guilds never recruit opposing classes, but they have a long application process that only the most dedicated recruit will see through to the end. These guilds are mostly homogeneous and all members belong to compatible PPCs. At the end of the application process, the members of the guild have a fairly good idea whether recruits match a desired personality. If so, they feel comfortable with the ...

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