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10-25-2010 @ 9:58PM
I think one thing that all officers (and GM's especially) need to take to heart is that guild leadership is a team endeavor, just like the guild body is.The interests of the guild body are more important than the immediate wants and desires of any one player. Any players who violate the guilds values are eligible for a swift /gkick-ing. If an officer (justifiably or otherwise) makes a decision to remove someone for the benefit of the group, the rest of the officer team gets to support that. Just because my character name appears at the top of the Guild Armory page does not make me the Alpha and Omega. The point I'm getting at here is, if you aren't an officer - take the problem to an officer.If you are an officer, you say to your fellow leaders; "Here is our problem and the details, here is my solution based on guild rules/policy. Does anyone have anything to add before I deal with this." The problems will almost never be simple, but the process of arriving at the solution doesn't have to be a nightmare. Wait for things to play out before leaving, there is no reason for a casual guild to die over a little raid drama. The friendships are what make or break a casual guild.Just my 2 copper.
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