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4-02-2010 @ 5:30PM
I was in a guild with some people like this. The guild catered to the very casual.Some people just don't like being told anything even if it is in the most friendly way possible. Not that you were -telling- him to do anything but they will take it that way no matter what you do.It's pretty much the equivalent of telling your friend that you know where the escalators are when he is heading to the stairs and having him tell you that he can do what ever he feels like.That guild I was in had Hunters and Death Knights with spell power. Melee Hunters. Petless Hunters. Melee Boominks with melee gear. Resto Shaman stacking Spirit and Spirit gems/enchants. Even the slightest mention of anything concerning what they could improve or what other gear may be available would end in that person flipping out with, "THIS IS MY GAME AND I'LL PLAY IT HOW I WANT. IF I WANT YOUR ADVISE I'LL ASK FOR IT!!" and them logging. The next day there would be more drama posts on the guild forums about "This is a casual guild, bleh bleh bleh, don't say anything to anyone about anything they may be doing. Everyone plays how they want to." While I understand and appreciate a guild that has such values, it is incredibly frustrating for the members that are asked to run with the melee hunters and spell power Death Knights.
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