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  1. #101
    I definitely believe perks should be baseline and that they were a bad idea to begin with. Guild levels are a serious impediment to new guild formation. For example, rather than forming a new guild, groups looking to form a raiding guild buy out an existing level 25 guild for huge gold then rename it via Blizzard services, because no one will ever take an invitation from a sub-25 guild seriously.

  2. #102
    I disagree. All they need to do is make it so that you don't get to benefit from the perks until you rise in guild reputation. Problem solved.
    The confusion caused when one's mind
    overrides the body's basic
    desire to choke the living shit out of
    some jerk who desperately needs it

  3. #103
    Quote Originally Posted by Baracuda View Post
    Guild perks forced me to be in a guild and put guild chat in separate tab I never open. Before Guild Perks I was guildless for several years.
    So, things that didn't exist before, forced you to be in a guild when they still wouldn't exists if you never joined a guild.

    You're just so full it because in no way did guild perks force you to join a guild.

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