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3-08-2008 @ 8:41AM
I've had three people within the past week and a half gquit. One was during the meeting I was having to iron out issues. He didn't even wait until the end - he just randomly left in the middle of it and instantly joined some other guild. The other gquit in the middle of the night when no one was on (my favorite), and has been guild hopping ever since.And then last night, a close friend of the two who gquit finally came back from vacation to see they were gone, caused a scene for about two minutes (to which no one even responded or pretended to care), and then gquit. So here we have three types of gquitting in a week - one who left without a word in front of everyone, one who waited until everyone was logged off to do it, and then one who went on a crazy tirade before doing it. Even if you work really hard as a guild leader, you're going to have people gquitting. If these people happen to be drama llamas and you aren't sad to see them go (I wasn't) then chances are they just weren't a good fit for your guild anyway and it's for the best. I wouldn't say it's unavoidable, but I'd like to meet a guild that has been active for many months that has not had a single person gquit.
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