Guildmasters have the power to watch over their guild members. They can type WATCH followed by the name of the guildmember, and will continue to watch as the guild member enters commands. This ability is extremely useful for teaching a young guild member effective methods of using his or her skills, and spotting mistakes in syntax (which can often be quite fussy). A word of advice though - watching the commands of a guild member can be beneficial, but it can also be abused. It is not intended as a carte blanche for guildmasters to pry into the affairs of their members. Arguments have sprung up in the past between guildmasters claiming to be acting in the best interest of a particular member, and a guild member annoyed at having his actions spied upon.