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3-08-2008 @ 9:54AM
Actually yes it is very possible. Being that our guild has been around for 3 years and is one of the few large guilds remaining after BC; I can honestly say that I have probably a neutral or positive response 80% of the time when people leave guild. We aren't a heavy end game guild and focus more on the positive aspect of gaming, it's rare that even if people don't say something that guild members have a negative response. I think the only time we have had an honest to god negative response was when guild members who didn't get what they wanted out of guild, IE demanding being power leveled or easy access to the bank, make snide remarks. Which in turn basically leaves a negative mark against them for grouping with guildies and a permanent they-don't-come-back note and we all point and laugh.And in the past, members who caused "drama" actually were CHEERED when they gquitted. Including the ever so hated temporary co-guildleader but everyone didn't want to tell me for fear they would make me choose sides.
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