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1-11-2010 @ 1:23PM
Wow! Nice article. I'd like to show this to a guild leader I know, who just gkicked a friend of mine, without warning, and put them on ignore so they couldn't ask why. It turned out to be a personality clash. Lovely example of how NOT to do things. Don't talk, just kick and ignore. I ended up gquitting in protest. Any guild with that kind of leadership doesn't belong in my book."The best we can do is to remind our members that behind every character in the game is a person that deserves respect and consideration. That begins with all of our officers acting accordingly."Indeed.
1-11-2010 @ 1:56PM
That is -exactly- what happened with both Salvation and Veritas over on Moon Guard. Stay far, far away from both!
1-11-2010 @ 3:05PM
@KiaWhaaaa? I'm not very active in Veritas anymore (playing Horde nowmostly) but I still keep in touch with people and as far as I knowthey are not booting members out and not telling them why. I onlyever remember 1 person getting booted out and they spent like 3 daystalking to officers getting explanations over and over. People werevery patient with this person. And that was months ago.I'm guessing you were this person, or a friend of this person, butjust because she didn't like the explanation of why she was booteddoesn't mean that there wasn't an explanation given. So don't talktrash about my alliance buddies.Anyway, back to the subject at hand, all the guilds I'm in have seena recent trend of people just up and leaving without saying anything. Since I've drifted away and started playing Horde, I guess I'm sortof guilty of the same thing, although I never actually full quit. Somaybe the whole faction change option is helping this trend as well?People can just run off to the other side of the world and then yourold guildmates can't even talk to you if they wanted to.
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