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12-01-2008 @ 12:39PM
In most cases an unspoken rule and form of etiquette in any guild is not to make life miserable for others. Kick the bastard. No reason to sugar coat the issue. If persons are causing chaos and disruption for others in the guild, thereby affecting game play, then this is an issue warranting a kick or severe warning.Now if we can only kick family members just as easily.
12-01-2008 @ 12:42PM
On another note. If kicking isn't possible, such as the GM being MIA or submissive, tell people to /ignore the annoying members. If enough people ignore them, and these annoying pests get the pure picture that they're being ignored because of their attitude/traits, then this may persuade them to shape up.
12-01-2008 @ 4:51PM
Todd, I am sorry but I think that is spineless. If you're going to get the whole guild to /ignore one person then might as well warn and/or gkick them - it's not that hard.
12-01-2008 @ 5:06PM
@aofsiaoenYou're right, it isn't that hard. However, there are plenty of guilds in which the GM and/or officers still will not kick out the annoying person. This especially goes if the annoying person happens to be a person of interest, i.e. an officer or personal friend. Aside from guild members jumping ship themselves, sometimes the only option is either to endure or /ignore.
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