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5-13-2009 @ 8:41AM
Ah, yes, questionable GMing at it's best! That's one of the reasons my last raiding guild fell apart. The GM, who was a nice guy most of the time, was self-centered and just couldn't see how others couldn't see how he wasn't entitled to get the things or do the things he wanted.For instance:- During one guild meeting, he tried to convince us that we should all contribute towards getting him a traveler's mammoth. When asked why we should do so in vent, he tried to use the justification that it was to make repairs easier for the guild after wipes. Nevermind that as an Alliance guild, repairs were open to most of us about ten seconds flight time from the graveyard...so, when he pressed the issue, the guild said, "Okay, we'll do it...but we get to vote on who gets the mammoth." When it was revealed that another officer was chosen instead of the GM as the mammoth recipient, suddenly the idea of getting a mammoth was dropped...lolThat being said, the GM in question was a decent guy for the most part, which is why I'm not naming the player or now-defunct guild in question. I'm just convinced that a lot of people are incapable of seeing how selfish they are, perhaps even to the point of GMs who ninja their guild bank being incapable of not seeing that despite organizing the guild, the contents of the guild bank aren't their property.
5-13-2009 @ 9:20AM
It's a thankless job that most people don't understand means no recompense. Instead they equate = self-assumed paid status by appropriating the guild stuff.
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