BubsMcFace wrote:I can honestly say that a certain type of player drives away the good quality players.
But that's the purpose of controlling who joins a clan and who doesn't. Many clans have had people join, and then been screwed by that person - regardless if it's a dominant clan or not.
If you can swallow your ego, become a team player and help everyone around you then you really shouldn't have any issues joining a clan - at any level.
Also if you can realise that no one is on 24/7 so if one person creates a bad image for the clan, tell the leaders, let them deal with it and accept that there may be one or two like that. The whole clan shouldn't be written off.
Most clans will give second or third chances. Some might just be over the churn and burn attitude of players.
Fact is, the game mimics real life. Fit in, work hard, you'll be accepted.
Sorry bud but not everyone wants to be "controlled" and you should not be trying to control anyone. It's a game meant for people to have fun in their spare time. It's not always the "player" that drives anyone off. Sometimes it's dirty tactics by a Dom clan to offer other clans empty promises on gear they will never get. All because clans like yours want to be in control.
Also bud, you didn't use the word 'controlling' correctly. By controlling, or making a choice if you prefer, on who joins a clan, a leader gives their members freedom to play together and interact with reduced risk of being screwed over. Screening a person before they join saves heartache for that other member so they can have fun.
There's rules. It's not the same.