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2-04-2008 @ 7:26PM
'They say that they have had a few beggars in the guild, but they're working with those players to cut that out.'Working??Either they stop outright or kick them, otherwise any criticism headed the guild's way way is valid. This sort of thing isn't something you negotiate on, or give people time to fix.
2-12-2008 @ 7:57AM
Why would begging be wrong. Are you offended IC? Then react IC. If the Sisterhood's IC belief is, that begging is right, then why should they kick anyone. If anything there might be IC punishment for acting "strange", that is speaking OoC, or anything else that can be done IC, but you're suggesting the guild act OoC where the criticism seems to be that they're not acting IC. That's kind of a reversed, very skewed, logic, no?
2-12-2008 @ 11:32AM
If begging's not wrong from the guild's point of view then there's no need to be 'working' to fix it. My point isn't about IC or OoC. It's simply that if you want your guild to be free from beggars then you demand that your members stop outright. There's nothing whatsoever to be gained from 'working' out the issue. You don't tell your beggars they're allowed to beg from five people this week, but only four next and gradually ween them off or something. It's either OK and you let them continue, or it isn't. And you have them stop or leave.
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