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3-16-2009 @ 9:23PM
@DavidCJust because your guild is the epitome of draconian, doesn't mean that every guild is. Many guilds generally like social contract theory to a degree. For example the guild I'm part of is a guild composed of an initial group of friends, and then people joined into the guild. The people who are officers are generally people who are best at their class or raid leaders. Yes, if a guild is drastically different than you are you should probably, but most guilds tolerate if not invite input because they generally realize they make mistakes and don't want their leadership to become a pit of corruption.
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