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4-16-2010 @ 5:38PM
I have to say I agree that the line "I don't think it's appropriate for an officer to be dating a lower-ranking member, and ordinarily I would raise that issue to argue against the promotion." kind of threw me for a loop.My guild leader and I have been dating for the last 10 months or so, 5 of which I spent raiding, the rest not. My guild uses a Loot Council system and he was perhaps (okay he definitely -was-) stricter about giving me any loot, or voting for me to get said piece of loot.Granted, our relationship has been a secret to the majority of the guild save for some very close friends, but he didn't want in any way there to be a hint of favoritism towards me. I can completely understand that, the raiding wasn't about the loot to me anyway.I suppose my whole point to this little rant is, who's to say that the individual in the relationship who got the promotion, won't take the same stance as my boyfriend did, and be a little harder on his SO in terms of loot distribution? Or take a fair stance? I don't really think it's this person's business really to out the couple, or make a complaint without any prior behaviour that may warrant it.
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