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What do you do when your Guild Master becomes Inactive?

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What do you do when your Guild Master becomes Inactive?

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Epiphany-Rising
03.20.2012 , 01:53 PM | #1
Our GM hasn't been online in over 5 weeks. No explanation.

We don't want to create a new guild and have everyone move over we just want to have two people appointed co-GM's so we can administer the guild. We don't want to remove the old GM if he chooses to come back we just want to handle some things only a GM can do right now allowing for the structure.

Is there any way to do this?

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Antipathize
03.20.2012 , 02:28 PM | #2
Send an invite to LngJohnSlvr, he'll take care of it.

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Kaphik
03.20.2012 , 02:35 PM | #3
I would open up a customer service ticket. I don't know BioWare's stance on missing guild leaders. However, Blizzard would allow someone who opened up a ticket to take over a guild if the current guild master had not logged in for at least three months and they had to open up a ticket to do so.

I would give it a shot, maybe a GM or customer service can give you an answer. If not, you may have to form a new guild.