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3-25-2008 @ 8:38AM
I thought I would post a follow up to this, though it will be doubtful anyone sees this. I was the Anonymous WoW player who wrote in. First let me address one point: the amount. Some comments indicate that what I was complaining about was small potatoes and not worth the gripe that I made. Being about 30 levels ahead of where I was when I sent this in, I completely understand what you mean. However, at the time we were a VERY low level guild. I was one of the highest level players, and was only a 40. The GM, his wife and a few others were all right around that level. So while I agree, that now I could sneeze and make that sort of money in Outland, at the time, it was a LOT to all parties involved.An update on the current situation shows that my fears were founded. I left the guild shortly after I wrote this in, partially spurred by my concerns, and partially because I had an idea of what guild I would have loved to join, and found it accidentally not too long after. I did stay close to a few non-officer members of the guild and spoke with them often. I never spoke ill of the guild officers, in case my fears were unfounded. All I did was post a message (way before I left) showing the money in vs. money out so that all could see the facts (and that's all I posted; no theories or accusations as I did here). As time went on their numbers dwindled and the members I spoke to decided enough was enough. They too had enough with the leadership and formed their own guild. One one hand I am glad I saw the writing on the wall before it was too late, but on the other I am sad to see a guild I worked hard in go the way of the dodo. In the end though I am happy with the guild I'm now in, and am wiser for the experience.
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