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5-10-2007 @ 5:58PM
We just had a first-hand example of this. Our erstwhile guild-leader recently decided that he had to dissolve a long standing raiding alliance, reorganize Kara raiding teams, and gkick a player for what he termed selfish behavior. All without discussing it with officers or the guild. To compound the issue, this guild-leader recently, and sulkily, left the officers in de-facto leadership while he played another server (he didn't leave entirely but that was the gist of his post). The reason for his abdicating leadership? People in the guild and raiding alliance didn't want to raid and complete Naxx, his own personal goal. The result? A mass exodus and reforming of a new guild. The loss of a 2yr old tight-knit guild. A guild dictatorship is fine as long as the guild interests=guild leader interests.
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