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8-31-2009 @ 7:46PM
One thing that may come up if they tie things to loyalty or "how long joe raider has been with the same guild".I'm in a fun loving guild where for the most part we are all friends. Sometimes:a) An officer or will not exactly be sober IRL and decide to playfully mess with a member and boot them for a moment2) Joe Raider jokingly doesn't like something that happened and joke emo /gquitsiii) Joe Raider does something deserving of an epic /facepalm and gets /gkickedIt's all in good fun but if records were kept to see how long I've been in guild then I know there were a handful of blips on my record. Of course I've been a loyal member for heck almost 4 years now. Something hard pressed from Bliz on individual member loyalty might be a bit frustrating in these situations.Of course sustainability of a guild over a course of years could reward guilds who have been at it for a long time. Something that makes anniversaries exciting (above and beyond our yearly celebration week) for members.
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