Chelle Says: People don't really look at guilds unless they specifically already know
what kind they want to join. And it varies from person to person. It depends
on whether you're trying to make a mass-guild with thousands of members,
or if you're only hoping to have a small group of active people.
But as LillianSaire said, it's best if you have a group of friends to get started.
Even if you made a thread first and got regulars before turning into a guild,
having those few people who can help make it active really gives your guild
And to a point, most guilds take around the same amount of work. It's just
finding people to post, and then actually getting them to post.