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4-22-2009 @ 5:44AM
Dear Mike,I visit WoW Insider 'almost' daily for lots of useful and fun information. I know I could simply just skip this column but I couldn't help but say that I find your tone too cynical - I'm not a guild leader or officer myself (at least, not on WoW) and don't imagine I'd ever want to be, but I know that leading a guild is hard work (managing your guild members and officers and making sure everything and everyone works together, kicking the occasional troll/stubborn player, keeping the guild alive and well, guild vault management, moderating the forum...) and not " just a joke". I suppose drama could seem fun to some people, especially when it's not your own. I usually avoid this column like the plague because I already know it's generally QQ (and most often just 1 side of the story) and I would prefer to just read some other useful columns like Shifting Perspectives, The Queue, & Ask A Lore Nerd. Shout out to Allison, Dan, and Alex - keep it up! I guess what I'm asking you is to instead of just reporting a complaint/report as you receive it, either actually reserach and interview and get the real story or try to give a moral and propose possible solutions that could work.tl;dr version: Be moar neutral plz and maybe change the title to something along the lines of Medieval Wife Gossip if things stay as they are.
4-22-2009 @ 10:01AM
Yeah, because the screenshots of ninja looters only tells one side of the story......
4-22-2009 @ 10:58AM
Well, I find Guildwatch the most fun column here, so, sucks to be you.
4-22-2009 @ 12:27PM
I respect your opinion but it probably would be better left herehttp://www.wowinsider.com/tips
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