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3-16-2009 @ 11:45AM
Yes, I completely agree! I cannot tell you how often my members complain about myself as a guild leader or my officers about things not going right. I always try to point out to them how they are always laughing in vent and lol'ing in chat, downing all the bosses, and getting gear. I really don't see what's wrong but they always find something to complain about when they don't get every little thing they want. Something I want everyone to really think about is how Officers and Guild-Leaders alike spend a lot of time and money on making a guild successful while still trying to enjoy the guild. There's a heap of responsibility and drama we must deal with on a daily basis. A guild requires good officers a good guild-leader AND good members. I'm not talkin about members who can raid or know their class like the back of their hand. I mean members who are loyal and willing to have fun and be understanding. Raiding is one thing, friendship and compassion is another, and very important in making a guild successful. My guild has been around nearly 6 years on about 4 different MMO's and thrives thanks to everyone that inhabits Dragons of Abyss. So thank you to everyone with us and everyone who's put that time in! And thank you for bringing up this important topic!
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