Officers are the dependable, knowledgeable, and helpful leaders of the guild. They work closely with the membership to deliver guild goals for everyone's benefit.
In addition to their benefits and responsibilities as a member of the guild, an officer has:
- A duty to maintain and better the guild.
- To fulfill officer's post's obligations. (These vary from post-to-post.)
- The ability to provide additional items from the guild bank to a member at their discretion.
- The authorization to moderate forums on the guild's website.
- The ability to manage Discord accounts on behalf of the guild.
- A responsiblility to manage the Volunteers that report up to them.
An officer must possess the following:
- The World of Warcraft game at its current Xpack
- Battle.net Authenticator
- Discord software and the appropriate hardware to use it to listen and speak and an account on Legendary Raider's Discord server.
- An account on Legendary Raider's website.
- Be a member for 30 days.
Officers serve a three-month term and are either elected by the membership or appointed by the guild master at the guild master's discretion. An officer may serve up to two consecutive terms after which they must take two months off to allow others the opportunity to be officers while they relax for a bit. (While an officer may move from one post to another, their continuous time remains the same, a total of six-months as an officer, regardless of post.)
An officer may step down at any time triggering either an election, appointment, or no replacement at the guild master's discretion. The the majority of officers agree, the GM may reduce an dismiss an officer from the guild leadership team, reducing their rank from officer to member, for cause.
LR's current officers are listed on Getting Started > Leadership Team.
The guild has the following officer posts:
Achievements: Sets direction and coordinates continuous efforts needed to fulfill guild level achievements necessary for guild enhancing perks, just plain entertaining, or both. Researches, creates, and leads events for members to gain achievements as a guild group. Advises members on what is needed to complete personal achievements.
Communications: Manages the guild’s Discord server. Produces guild level communications that are published inside and outside the guild. Handles mass mailings to members. Edits and maintains guild's publications (FAQs , How-Tos, Wiki, guild announcements, and the like) through guild chat, website, Discord, and other distribution methods. Edits and maintains WoWs guild roster's member notes. Manages the guild’s recruiter(s) and webmaster(s).
Happiness: Researches, creates, and hosts fun team building, guild level events.
Knowledge: Helpful, patient, and friendly, knowledge officers are the "go-to" people who have a strong knowledge of the game in general enhanced by experience and acquaintance with many with the many facts, truths, and principles of it. Directs members to appropriate guild members, guild services, 3rd parties, and / or Blizzard GMs. Works in association with Class Coaches, Quest Helpers, and Profession Tutors.
Mythic+ (M+) Coordinator: Advises members on M+ skills, gear, add-ons and the like so that they need to enjoy M+ content. Works with M+ Leaders to create and provision guild sponsored M+ runs and teams. Leads efforts on M+: research, education, schedule, team composition and rotation, provisions, progression, loot rules, and the like. Sets standards for members to meet to join guild sponsored M+ teams.
PvP Coordinator: Schedules guild level PvP events. Works with PvP Leaders to create and provision guild sponsored arena teams and efforts including: research, education, schedule, team composition and rotation, provisions, progression, loot rules, and the like. Sets standards for members to join raid teams. Advises members on skills, gear, and experience they need to be placed in a PvP squad. Advises members on PvP content.
Raid Coordinator: Works with the guild's Raid Leaders to manage the overall strategy and synchronization of the guild's raid efforts including: research, education, schedule, team composition and rotation, provisions, progression, loot rules, and the like. Sets standards for members to join raid teams by class, skill level, and gear. Advises members on skills, gear, and experience they need to be placed in a raid team. Advises members on raid content.
Special Projects: Leads teams to tackle guild level challenges that are outside the realms of other officers. At the project's successful conclusion, the results may be incorporated into existing guild operations.