WoW Hardcore Casual's (MoP 5.4) - Bring The Social Back To Your Guild!
Published: 2014-05-23, by WoWHardCas-Team - Kel'Thuzad
Idea 1: Mandatory Q & A Each Time A New Member Joins!
When you invite new players into your guild, have every player online at the time ask him/her one question about anything, and encourage the new player to ask questions back! This way everyone can get to know each other a little better and not feel so isolated. I also recommend you require new players to run something with the guild immediately! Whether it's arena matches, random BGs, RBGs, or raiding content, getting players to work together is the fastest way to keeping your guild connected and social.
Idea 2: Weekly Events!
Give your members something to look forward to each week with weekly events that focus on having fun and relaxing. This can be anything from: invading Stormwind/Ogrimmar, running casual BGs, running dungeons, or even arenas with no pants!
Beyond this you could have a practical jokes on the guild leader day, transmog competitions for best/worst transmog for various categories, etc.
Idea 3: Establish Guild Traditions!
The joy of tradition is found in repetition! Grandma's pancakes might not really be all that good, but the feeling you get eating them on Christmas morning is still a special one. Build traditions within your guild as well! Here are a few ideas you can run on special days throughout the year:
- Christmas / New Years: 1v1 neked dualing tournament!
- Easter: A randomly generated 5 man team for leveling up!
- Thanksgiving: A 5 man team of all the same class chosen at random!
- Final Week of Each Patch: RBGs/Arenas with all 10 players using the same class!
- First Saturday Of Every Month: Transmog Competition!
- April Fool's: Fight Club Day - Start a fight with a level 85-89 of the opposing faction and lose!
Well, that's all for now! Good luck with bringing the social back to your guild!Back