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5-24-2010 @ 2:59PM
I guess being a benevolent dictator sucks. As GL i've gone through a few of these issues. Sometimes the best thing is just to talk it out directly. When I was a member in my raid guild, the hunters formed a hunter channel and it really solidified us as a group. We looked out for each other, critiqued our performance, etc. Far more than other classes did. It was pretty painful to stop raiding with them when RL interveneedWe've also had some cliques form, decide they hated our guild/me/whatever, and split the guild. It's a thorny problem, if you try to intervene it will cause drama, and you may save the guild. If you don't intervene, it may be that nothing becomes of it. Nowadays I probably would not do anything. If the clique moves on, then they move on. There isn't much you can do about it. You can try to figure out what the issue was and solve it, but if they have issues, but don't talk to anyone outside their group, then don't feel bad when they leave. Guilds are very free-floating after all, they grow large, they explode in drama, they shrink, they rise up again.
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