The War Party guild has decided to take a radical step in trying to help not just the guild but the UR community as a whole.
It is well documented the number of new players coming into the game has dropped dramatically in recent times. Not only that but many new players who do join are leaving after a few days.
One contribution to this is guilds making unrealistic requirements for players of a lower level to join. So these new players get very little choice in guilds and as a result get very little encouragement to carry on. Made even worse if they apply to a guild who knocks them back without so much as a word spoken between the to. This doesn't apply to all guilds but the majority of guilds who claim a name for themselves request such things.
So as a guild we have made the decision to go the other way. We will now be actively recruiting new players to the game in the hope we can encourage them to stick with it and use it as a regular escape from the stresses of day to day life. Joining in with our active forums, Chat and all the events etc that come with being a war party member.
edited by UM_AaaBattery thursday 21/08/2014, 19:57
Those are not my reasons but they are enough to reinforce my belief that it might be a bad idea.
It's true, Check me out in the morning
Beer is taboo, and being a Scotsman, you ought to be hung and quartered for blasphemy. Ever heard of Whisky?
You expect me to give out free whisky?
Why not? You are going independent, and we are discussing what flag to choose from when you are gone. Soon, Wales will ask for independence, then Wiltshire, Middlesex, Surrey, Kent, Essex and the rest will too, and still we will live, as LONDON. Convey my regards to Alex Salmond.
I might not want independence but London can kiss the fattest part of my ass. So many ignorant people who think that even England itself stops at Manchester. They totally neglect the top half of their own country never mind Scotland. I won't lump them all in the same boat but the fact the politicians are the most guilty of doing so says enough about the state of affairs we are in.