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3-16-2009 @ 10:44AM
Amen, I'm rather lucky I think, I'm GM of my guild, and I have many members frequently comment on their appreciation for what I've done for them, and what I continue to try and do for the guild as a whole. But it is definitely frustrating to have members complain about 1 aspect, that they can contribute greatly to, yet will not put forth the effort to do so. Is there bad leadership out there? definitely!Is there also excellent, yet under appreciated leadership out there? also most definitely!most of the people saying that this is a bad article, I'm guessing that you're one of those that have sent in an e-mail, the gist of which made up the example given. Being an officer, let alone GM is difficult enough, we don't need 'back-seat guild leaders' that think their sh** doesn't stink raising hell. I've had that happen in my guild, and when they left to make a guild of their own, it was epic fail. Consider that as well when you want to rant about the rant.
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