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10-05-2010 @ 3:40AM
Honestly, who does this affect? Practically no one it seems to me. Yeah, you have some guilds like It Came From The Blog, but the vast majority of that membership is probably just alts people rolled to participate in an event once. Are there really any guilds that would ever actually need 600 guild spots?
10-05-2010 @ 9:33AM
Yes, if you had ever been in AIE you would understand. It's a giant family of over 3000 players and over 6000 characters. And everyone is valued in the guild. It makes the game worth playing. Without AIE I know that I and many others wouldn't really want to play at all. The guilds I was in previously were full of drama and hatred and a general feeling of unpleasantness. I've never seen a guild that wasn't laden with it. AIE is not. It makes us special, and it makes us great. And just because it doesn't affect you doesn't mean it doesn't affect a great number of WoW players.
10-05-2010 @ 11:54AM
The whole concept of marginalizing people because they're "only a small percentage" of the whole, is suspect IMO. It's illogical to say that people don't matter just because they're claimed to be in a very small minority. Beware this kind of thinking as it's often used for IRL purposes: it's a good bet that it's being used to justify some being shafted for the benefit of others.Also, whenever you see the number "99.9%", there's an excellent chance it's been made up.
10-05-2010 @ 1:59PM
"Also, whenever you see the number "99.9%", there's an excellent chance it's been made up."In fact, about 99.9% of the time...
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