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The Guild Leader's Handbook by Scott F. Andrews

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Your Officers

If recruiting quality members is important to the long-term success of your guild, then selecting quality officers is even more so. Guilds flourish or die mainly due to the dedication and savvy of their officers. As the guild leader, the responsibility for choosing the officer corps will most likely fall to you. (However, if your guild elects its officers, the decision is completely out of your hands. If so, skip to Chapter 3.)

In the early going, choosing officers can be dicey. The guild is unformed at this stage, coalescing out of a primordial sludge. Any setback or stigma could destroy it before it has a chance to develop into a functioning organism. The officers will be your guild's caretakers, guiding it and shaping it as it ...

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