World of Warcraft Classic is just around the corner, and that’s where leagues from both current and past come in. The players rush into the game trying to break into old Azeroth. Part of this is to be part of a guild, be it as a leader, officer, or in a leaderboard, and to share a large part of it. Impressive experience with this group.
A few years ago, Elliot Lefebvre, the veteran of the MMORPG guild, wrote an extensive and long-lasting series of guides about being part of and leading a guild, with a focus on making a guild effective to lead without overthrowing them and their players in the ground.
We’ve collected this set of “guild leaders” in one place so you can go to Azeroth with the right attitude in the community. These are especially useful for guild leaders, as these articles deal with much more than just the basic social aspects of guild leadership: conflict resolution, event execution, effective recruitment, leadership levels, and more are covered in these articles.
No matter for your pleasure, here is Elliot’s fantastic guides to lead a guild in a productive and sustainable manner and to be a productive and helpful member of guilds you may be involved in.
Instructions and tips for guild leaders
Recruitment and promotion of guilds
Instructions and tips for guild members
We wholeheartedly wish you the best of adventures on your return to Azeroth from the past and hope that you will not be ganked into STV too often.
If you’re a current or future guild leader, visit our sister site, PlayerStart, and its tools to create and maintain a guild site. You do not have to have a website to run a guild, but it definitely helps you to organize and connect your members.