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5-10-2008 @ 11:38AM
Wanting to raid is much harder than walking into a bar and asking some people if you can join to play pool with them... even though both are games, yet, raid leaders and guild masters in WoW often have an elitist (jerk) atitude towards people, especially to those that can't commit themselves to raiding like they do.Everyone says "we are a friendly guild with mature players and we like to have fun, sense of humour is a must", but actually, very little raiding guilds are friendly. Instead they have a tense atmosphere, and are putting pressure on everyone.I quit raiding just because I couldn't stand this kind of pressure from people that I don't even know in real life.
5-10-2008 @ 1:04PM
"Everyone says "we are a friendly guild with mature players and we like to have fun, sense of humour is a must", but actually, very little raiding guilds are friendly."This is not true at all. All of the raiding guilds' application guidelines I have ever read have not said anything like that. In fact they always say the polar opposite:"You must have a thick skin. If you cannot handle criticism well and tolerate 'mean' and abusive language, then our guild is not for you."
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