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7-05-2010 @ 2:45PM
I really can't wait for this whole system to go in. Anything that makes guild hopping "hurt", and the threat of being punted from your guild (because someone reported you treating someone like crap to your GL/officer) "hurt", I am all for. The biggest problem with WoW is the biggest problem with the internet: No accountability. Incentivizing guild pride, and accountability to your guild tag is the RIGHT way to "make stupid hurt". Where other games do it by making soloing hard or impossible, incentivizing accountability is the better way to do it.Sure, it won't eliminate ALL the D-bags, but this will take a bite out of them. Between this and the "shrinking of raids", the game has the potential to get more intimate, engaging and friendly again, and for those that "skip humanity for the sake of the game" to feel slowly pushed to the edge of the herd, or out of the game, where they belong.For every purposeful, mature lone wolf out there, there are a gzillion people "soloing WoW because I don't want to deal with people, people suck", and those people not getting these perks is a way to show them that they aren't "working as intended" in an MMO.______________________http://omedon666.livejournal.com/
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