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12-28-2009 @ 1:36PM
Having gone through an icky, icky guild split last year where more #8 stuff went on than I care to relive at this moment I can say this is a great article. All the content of #2 is more important than anything else almost, and every time someone has ragequit over an issue (whether by themselves or taking others with them), those considerations are usually what's being missed.The #10 items are the crux though. Our guild always strives to be a tight community, and it's hard to lose anyone from our Family. It's heart-wrenching to think over either time splinters have happened in our guild, but agreeing to disagree and part company is much better than mudslinging.
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