As for the number of members is just that we prepared a very large and exhaustive invitation list. Many of our players include those who never joined clans because they didn't know what they were for or did not wish like joining.
Also this is due to the fact that all are not very high level players and we didn't have any criterias. It was just so that we recieve a good number of starting players which can help keep the clan active. The numbers would surely reduce as we streamline the clan and only keep active members.
I'm no fan of KG, but his clan size does not change the validity of his points.
It is definitely easy to lose momentum with groups with a lot of casuals. The clan leaders might not be ready for that many people - or they might be perfectly fine with low mobilization. What matters is their actual goal - and definition of "active". I suspect a lot of the people wanting to leave expected more from clans as a whole, which is difficult to circumvent. (Warlight's content is in large part user-generated.) I'm not sure casuals would gain much from a clan that they wouldn't get from joining a social discord of Warzone players. Not that they shouldn't join a clan.
That's some super fast paced recruitment there though. :)
On a side note, I wonder how often clans get formed, and the ratio of "serious" vs "vanity" projects. I made one to park alts a couple of weeks ago, for instance.
ALso kenghis i have 3 managers U have none u havent even supported my clan thro ur alts even once Im not a bad clan leader you are Ur clan consists of u and only u Atleast i get better standards A discord I also support my clan with all my earnings and coins