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8-13-2008 @ 6:02AM
What's with this hypocrisy concerning guild poaching?Why would it be a unethical, scummy and low move?Most of you who join a guild never ever met your guild"mates". In my eyes they ain't even your "friends" as you like to call them.You don't really know them. All you do know is maybe, at most, their name, age, occupation and relationship status. And maybe where they live.Does that mean they are your "friends"?I gotta say, young folks have a very strange definition of what a friend means.When I join a guild, I don't know anybody, they ain't my friends, they are somebody I just know. Over the years I may know some of them more than the others, but are they my friends? No, I don't think so. As long as I don't go deeper into relationship with them, they can't be considered my friends. Just somebody I know, I play with, I have fun with. An acquaintance would be the best description!And even IF the poached person is my true friend, what do I care if he/she's been poached? I still see him/her in RL, I still meet with him/her in RL, I still go out with him/her and and have fun in RL. What does it matter?Seem to me, that a majority of the people just take the game way, way too serious.
ops! Sorry for the doublepost!
8-13-2008 @ 10:52AM
Amen brother. Read the customer service forums about the recruit a friend info, people are feeling "betrayed by blizzard" and they lost "faith" in it. Are you kidding me? Over a promotion? I think it boils down to the breed of player that loves to play wow more often than not that WOW is their life.
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