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7-14-2008 @ 8:17PM
This is just what I'd do:Refuse to apologize for taking it. Feel free to offer your condolences that there was a mistake, but don't say it was your fault. It wasn't. Yes, they may attempt to screw up your reputation on the server, but that won't stop anyone from listening to your side of the story, but if mob mentality kicks in, the fact that an entire guild is talking from their side of things, it'll be difficult. So don't focus on convincing everyone you're not guilty, look for a new guild, and if they say anything while you are applying, or get contacted by a guildie from your former guild, and it gets brought up, tell them your side of the story from as neutral of a perspective as possible. If things work out properly, the new guild should realize that the other guild is full of it.Congratulations, you have now walked out of a situation, likely without instigating anything, and have gained a new, likely rare recipe, and realized your old guild is run by what can only be described using some words you can't use on television.
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