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3-16-2009 @ 3:04PM
@Freedom FighterQuote: "Essentially, you are saying that members voicing their interests in a guild is a bad thing."Way off base dude. More like:"Members don't run guilds".Just cause your a member doesn't mean you have a say in any decision that is made ... at all ... period. If you don't like decisions, your ultimate "vote" is to leave.Now, some guilds don't have a problem with members voicing issues in public, some do. Heck, some guild don't even want you voicing opinions in private. To quote a progression guild I once was in: "We run the guild, not you, if want your advice, we will ask for it".If you want to run a guild, go make one. If you want to have more say in the guild your in, ask how you can become an officer. Till then, Officers are there to keep the guild on the track they think is best and what you think doesn't really matter most of the time (at least in good guilds that have stayed the course of time).
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