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10-27-2008 @ 2:27PM
I had an extremely similar problem last week. We are a fairly new guild but myself and our officers have been in MH/BT (pre easymode patch 3.0.2). We were just tired of the way our old guild was being run. The guild was focused on getting through the content as fast as possible and that meant picking up anybody with T5+. That resulted in a bunch of elitists in a group where racism, bigotry and hateful slander was commonplace on the vent server and officers were ignoring it because we were steamrolling the content. But onto the issue addressed here, while recruiting a person in T6 came to me and said that he just wanted to farm T4/T5 casually until WOTLK and was looking for a friendly guild. After talking for a little bit it seemed like he was a nice guy, so I invited him. I came back the next day and he was kicked. Apparently he went on a heroic daily run with 2 guild officers and after telling the officers how they dont know how to play, stopped running the dungeon and camped inside the heroic and refused to move. After that he was kicked from the guild. I havent heard from him since. My belief is that if someone has full T6 and does not have a guild, there might be a good reason for it. Sure, there could be people that leave their guilds for other reasons, such as why I left my old guild, but thats not always the case.
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