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4-09-2009 @ 2:26PM
1. Consider this: friends over a fictual "position" in a fictive world - do I need say more?2. What thats said, I have a friend (my best one in world of games) that is an officer on our guild. A competitive raiding guild. I used to raid, but cut back. He didn't. I can rant to him about anything( as I could before he became an officer) And he rant back, and nothing of that ever reaches any other person. It is like a ventilator. I never expect any favoritism from him in game (which I don't get either, and he is the first one to tell me if I suck). So as far as your friends goes, I guess it depends a little, if they are real friends, rl or over many years, I really hope you don't let any officer-position ruin it. Then you would fail terribly at life :p - if they are short-term gaming friends.. well - that is what they are, and you would just have to see what counts most for you. Officers have to make unpopular decisions sometimes, and if they expect more from you than you can provide, they aren't real friends anyway.. I am not sure if any of this made sense.. :S
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