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5-07-2007 @ 12:26PM
Thanks for the feedback!@3: You're absolutely right: WoW should be fun. The rules are there to make sure people are free to have fun without worrying about someone else in the guild ruining their playing experience. Also, our raid leaders get questioned. Probably more often than they'd like. : )@4: Back when my guild was like yours, we basically had one rule: "Don't be a d*ck." Everybody was pretty laid-back in those days, so that rule worked very well. But as we incorporated other small guilds into our own, and the roster became larger and larger, we found that we needed to be more specific.I should also mention that, despite the sound of things from covering this topic, I've very rarely had to exact punishment on a member, which is the way it should be!
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