Join World of Warcraft Guild is Kinda Like Job Hunting in Our Real Life

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You know how during your first semester in high school you want to find an association to join, so you got someone to become your friends and not regard to be a weirdo? Well in World of Warcraft this is called guilds. Guilds have plenty of people lining up ready to sacrifice their social lives to the group. Whether it is good or not, it depends on how you think about it. 

However, i think to join a guild is just like finding a job in our daily life. In order to join a guild, you first register on the guild forum and fill out an application like this one. Guild officers then go over your application, check out your equipment and contact you if you meet their standards. If you measure up, you'll be allowed to go on some raids with them as an "app", where you're allowed only limited participation. This could go on for weeks.

You will go on some more raids with them as a "trial", now with limited access to forums and guild chat. Again this could last for weeks or months. Finally you will be made a full "member", assuming you've not been rejected at any of the previous steps. In the guild, you gain more protection as well as game currency, world of warcraft wow gold, so you don't have to worry when you meet trouble, someone will help you.

You might have noticed that most political offices don't have that kind of vetting process. There are even websites featuring guild application tips and applicants often spend insane amounts of time putting together biographies or even animated presentations touting their skills. At this point, guild shopping might sound suspiciously like job hunting to you, but it isn't. When you apply for a job, employers not only don't mind you applying for other jobs at the same time, they expect it. In World of warcraft, you are expected to only apply with one guild at a time. So if the months-long trail period ends in failure, you start over.

And you do it all for the privilege of wearing the guild's proud name over your head everywhere you go. Also like your working, you are employed by a big company, then you will get more respect from people. Otherwise, you just do your jobs unknown to the society and sometimes you bullied by others. What's your opinions? Just leave your comments here, and for more interesting topics, you can visit . 

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This article was published on 2011/09/11