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9-22-2008 @ 12:16PM
I'll show you the points that I came across when reading this letter. Let me paraphrase and point out the most important and telling parts, imho:I'm the new guy in the guild and already I've been given a position of leadership and some progression gear.But.The GM is a [penis] to me.Everything about this guild is /win except the GM.He's a jack of all trades but a master of none.He doesn't get my sense of humor.I couldn't care less about the history of the guild, just the part that affects me./end.troll======================================Listen, if your side of the story is all we have to draw conclusions from, then I'm inclined to tell you to STFU or GTFO. Sounds like the GM must be doing something right to have gotten to the point where they are and you just have a personality conflict with him. While yes, the tendancy is there to expect a GM to be the shining example of how to properly play a toon, there's a lot to be said for a GM who plays multiple classes, has a general understanding of many classes, and can relate to their members because they have had the experience of playing their class, even if they're not the expert. Just because he doesn't get your sense of humor doens't mean he doesn't have a sense of humor. People are from all walks of life and will have different personalities. The way to make it work is to learn to work together with the many different personalities in a productive way. Sounds to me like the guy is putting the right people in charge (with the exception of you apparently) and things are working out. If all the factors point towards a functioning and healthy atmostphere that everyone's enjoying but that you are the one having the problem, then maybe the answer to "one of these things doesn't belong here" isn't him, it's you.
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