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5-06-2009 @ 2:11AM
"One of our tipsters got kicked from Butchers of Azeroth on Norgannon for raiding out-of-guild. Apparently he showed up late to a guild one night (half an hour to an hour late), and didn't bother asking for an invite, since the raid was already on. But when he then joined a PuG for two bosses (since he figured his guild's train had already left the station for that week), and had an achievement pop up, he got a /gkick and even an /ignore. Harsh? No? Sure, he probably should have showed up for the raid, but it also sounds like he didn't know the rules were so strict, which the guild maybe should have told him ahead of time."That happened in a guild I was in recently. Someone was late logging on due to work commitments, missed the start of a planned raid and ended up doing a pug instead. When an achievement he'd done flashed up on screen, instead of the usual round of "gz" and "cheers" and "well done", the guild leader swore at him over Vent and kicked him from the guild and then threatened to kick anyone who re-invited him.
5-06-2009 @ 9:52AM
What a bunch of crap. You can't control what happens at your job at times, so why should he be punished for it? Real life comes before WoW. ESPECIALLY when it's your job in this climate.
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