Edited by Nethaera on 7/10/12 1:41 PM (PDT)
Azeroth needs more heroes to rise through the ranks and your guild can help. We’re looking for a few good guilds to volunteer for the new Guild Mentoring Program. Guilds participating in the program will take part in identifying new players within selected realms, offering to invite them into the guild, and teaching them the ways of Azeroth as they level and reach the end game content.
Q. What is the Guild Mentoring Program?
A. The guild mentoring program identifies guilds on select realms to act as mentors for new and low level players (below level 85).
Q. How long does the Guild Mentoring Program run for?
A. The Guild Mentoring Program will run for a period of four months from the time that guilds are selected and notified.
Q. Is there a certain criteria for being selected as a mentoring guild?
A. Guilds must meet certain criteria to be considered for the Guild Mentoring Program:
Q. How many guilds will be recruiting per realm?
A. Only one guild will be selected per faction on each realm.
Q. What does my guild need to do to volunteer?
A. The guild leader will need to submit an application to firstname.lastname@example.org with the following information:
Q. How long are you accepting applications for?
A. We will be accepting applications for two weeks. We will then select a guild for the Guild Mentoring Program from those that meet the criteria and contact the guild leader.
Q. On what realms will this program be available?
A. Mentoring guilds will be chosen for the following realms:
Q. Do participating guilds get anything special?
A. Some of the benefits for taking part in the program include:
No thank you, did a H Icc 25 wit your guild and it waz terrible. The Group leaders were not knowledgable what so ever and very rude to begin with, they refused to state loot rules in raid and quit a few of us kept asking but wouldnt, in assumption we resulted in thinking he waz goin to try and ninja the H LK Mount. You should get control of some of your guildies before doin so wit others.
Blizzard Mentor Alliance (Silentium) has been honored with the task of helping new and old players alike. We look forward to aiding those in their journey through Azeroth to find the gaming experience they crave.
I'm hearing from a few who have been involved with this in the past that it hurt more than helped, what's up with that? What success has been seen what has not? Before I put <Comtrya> into the program I want to know what everyone really thinks.