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3-31-2008 @ 12:17PM
As a co-guildmaster in a small, casual guild, this type of behavior is very frustrating. We pride ourselves on being friends, and for the most active members, we certainly are friends. One day, one of the top 3 players (in both time played and level) left the guild out of the blue. Didn't notify anyone. And the day before he was telling people how good the guild was. Now, I understand his reasons for leaving (progression, meaning he wants the phat loot), but ninja leaving the way he did was so dickish. And he didn't understand why myself and the other GM took it seriously. It's because, HELLO, you're our friend. The other GM talked to him on Skype each and every day and they ALWAYS ran together. It just really hurt. And it's happening more often.So please, don't be a jerk. Tell them why you're leaving, because if you don't, it just makes us think you were in it for freebies.
3-31-2008 @ 2:10PM
If people are ninja quitting your guild, and it is happening more and more often, the problem is you. We have had our fair share of drama, but for the most part, when people leave our guild it is for a solid reason, and they usually take the time to discuss it with us first, and post a goodbye message on the website. Frequent ninja /gquits are a sign that something is not right in the guild.
3-31-2008 @ 2:28PM
The exact same thing has been happening to my small guild. Unfortunately, everyone who has left has been going to a larger progression guild. All of them. It really hurts, knowing I've cared about these people for so long, and spent so much energy trying to make it work. I am 2nd in command behind the guild leader, who is my fiancee. We're both at the point where we don't even want to bother anymore. The guild dynamic is completely different. I'm angry a lot of the time when I log on. I think my fiancee and I are going to cut our losses and take our raiding toons to a larger guild so we can actually enjoy the game again without the drama.
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