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    Web tools can have a major impact upon the success of player-created communities in MMOGs. However, there is a distinct lack of such tools in our wireless world.
    Features
    Wed, Aug 04, 2010
    DragonsLLTS
  • D-Mail with Sean "Dragons" Stalzer
    Online gaming is not just gaming, but participating in a social experience with other players.
    Features
    Tue, Aug 03, 2010
    DragonsLLTS
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    Blizzard recently launched its Remote Auction House feature for World of Warcraft and this week The Syndicate Guildmaster and CEO Sean "Dragons" Stalzer examines the new feature and how i

    Features
    Tue, Jun 22, 2010
    Martuk
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    Building a guild or community can sometimes be tricky.

    Features
    Wed, May 19, 2010
    Martuk
  • D-Mail with Sean "Dragons" Stalzer

    In D-Mail #1, The Syndicate Guildmaster and CEO Sean "Dragons" Stalzer explained his passion for building strong online communities and reasoned that these communities and the "business brains" behind online games have many of the same interests at heart. This week, in D-Mail #2: Knee Jerk Reactions, Sean looks at how game developers can slow down ragequit-prone guildmates before they do something rash, and do it through, of all things, clever marketing gimmicks?

    Features
    Thu, Apr 29, 2010
    Ethec
  • D-Mail with Sean "Dragons" Stalzer

    What moreso determines MMOG success - strong player communities, or more fixes and features? Can development and marketing decisions impact the strength and endurance of game communities?

    Features
    Thu, Apr 15, 2010
    Ethec
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Join The Syndicate's Sean "Dragons" Stalzer twice a month for D-Mail, a look at social and player organization trends in today's online games. Sean is Guild Leader and CEO of The Syndicate, a 630+ member multi-game guild currently in its record-setting 14th continuous year of existence. The Syndicate is committed to gaming excellence in every stage of game development, maintaining a consulting and testing presence with game development companies and co-authoring nearly a dozen Prima Games guides as well.

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