Discussion in 'Recruitment' started by Dead3eD, Oct 15, 2014.
Nice graphic man. Good luck on the recruitment
Thanks mate, took a little bit of time to do but hopefully it'll be worth it.
Good luck indeed, the forum is a tough place to recruit..
Kind of ironic, a recruitment forum being a tough place to find new members. Lol. It can be competitive but it's just about seeking out cool like-minded people who want to game on Thanks for the luck.
Meaning in my experience I find it hard to find quality players on the forum. But we are looking for pirate rank 300+ and that makes it tough to find people here..
I'd say its a problem of too many captains in the forums and not enough crew
Hah, I have been tempted to bail, but my wife is in the guild and my first mate so I don't wanna get my arse kicked
lol if you bail just bring her with
She is errr, not a very serious player, where I can be one (sorry @Dead3eD, don't wanna hijack your post, but at least it keeps it on top)
I knew that would be the case, almost everyone (no matter which MMO) joins or starts an alliance/clan/guild once they reach a certain level. Though I am still fairly new to Pirates I would be contented having a guild of newbs - learn as you go and share with the group type of deal.
Eventually things will form up...Still a very new game.
All good Gristle, I like being on top (that's what she said). But just on that, I find the main reason I'll keep playing any MMO is because of the people I meet in an alliance. I feel that once I've begun to make friends I'm less likely to stop playing and it's a strange mixture of gaming and cyber social life.
Indeed, the world release was only recently? Before it was just Canada?
Agreed, 75% gaming fun and 25% social...kicking arse as a team!
That is a huge problem I see cross a collection of games. There must be a solution otherwise all you get is thousand of dead clans with just one leader (and how can you be a leader if there is nobody to lead? Seriously.)
Sweep dead clans...no activity for 15 days and dissolve the clan...
If things don't work out @Dead3eD AtariGeneration would be happy to have you. hopefully it works out for you though, it can be frustrating. From what I've noticed, once you hit a threshold population of about 16 or 17, you'll see a huge spike in memberships
It's a good idea, but one I'm sure the programmers would never implement. Too many solo leaders would just keep restarting their guild.
Thanks Gangrene, we'll see what happens. I obviously can't keep to a one person guild so if things don't work out I'll take you up on your offer. Its the whole snowball effect, once you begin to grow there comes a point where you're just the right size and players begin to respect that and want in.
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