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3-16-2009 @ 1:17PM
I lead the biggest RP guild on our server, so I kind of doubt your statement. People seem to fail at reading this article properly. I became officer and guildleader by voicing opinions and suggesting improvements, there is nothing wrong at all with constructive criticism. It is the whole; when are you going to do something for lvl70 people? When there are pre-WotLK raids and RP events accessible to all on the calendar weekly? It is the; I want to organise my own event but I don't feel I get room to do so QQ. When we ask of our members every two months to put forward suggestions for events, and then get no answer. THAT is the thing I am talking about. So really, no need to snub me. I have been officer since like... 2 months after I started playing WoW. I get 20 whispers when I log on, I organise events weekly and I lead raids. And in all that time, I have never snubbed a member, even when they whine excessively. But have I been snubbed for things that supposedly weren't there while they were? Hell yes. And that is the point of this article. If only people could learn to read.
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