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3-17-2009 @ 5:09AM
Ow and Freedomfighter, I thank you for your insight, but the guild I run is over 2 years old, has near to 150 members, of which most have around since the beginning. Again, and for the very very last time. I agree that a guild is a democracy, as I have now said a million times, I welcome opinions (yes I know I repeat myself, but apparently it is very necessary). What I do not welcome (but still swallow and not comment on when members do it), is when you constantly whine and try to poison an environment based on 1 thing you dislike, instead of focusing on the 99 things you do like. The people who have done this, and have in the end, left the guild because they did not get their way (completely disregarding the fact that the other members did not want it that way, since hey, that doesn't matter), have all asked to come back after a few months, or have quit the game. Which basically says it all. Discussions are always fun, but they can get extremely annoying and tedious when you choose to ignore half of what I write so you can 'win' a discussion.
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