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3-16-2009 @ 4:55PM
In general, if a guild is able to successfully raid, the officers who organize everything are clearly doing something right. The biggest problem I've seen in guilds is when 1-2 of the old guard officers start acting poorly, but the gm and other officers will stick with them because they're friends, have seniority, or what have you. Whenever I've had an issue with the way a guild is run it's been targeted at a select few officers who are acting with impunity. The real complaint going on here, which I think you pretty much ignored, is members who are concerned that if they had a problem with an officer (not the leadership in general) they might be gkicked just for brining the problem up if they did it in the wrong way. Obviously, common courtesy rules apply, but should you go the the GM? or go through one of the other officers first? is it appropriate to seek out a specific officer because you know they aren't close friends with the officer you have issues with? And don't just say you should gquit any guild where the officers aren't friends or where there isn't an officer designated as an ombudsman, that's hardly constructive input.
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