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10-26-2010 @ 2:17AM
We recently had a similar situation in our guild - one person literally posting YouTube videos and calling our raiding group (or, more specifically, me as the raid leader and an officer) a failure for doing what I thought was best for the raid at the time. Yet, he was also one of our other officers' siblings. After some time, we ended up having to /gkick him due to a rather nasty and inflammatory post he made on our guild forums (which I only *wish* I was able to read). Since then, there was more drama (let's just say I have my Kingslayer and he doesn't, lol?), but in the end, it led to a lot less tension in the guild as a whole because he was just overall not the kind of person that fit well attitude-wise for us.That said, to Anonymous, confront your guild leader. Family may be involved, but the guild itself is also a "family." Don't let it turn into an episode of Jerry Springer Goes Warcraft. The line has to be drawn somewhere, no? Unfortunately, in this case, you may end up having to give your guild leader an ultimatum. If it comes down to that, it's your GL that brought it on himself by inaction.
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