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11-13-2010 @ 1:51PM
Interesting how every comment that wasn't completely supportive of Groom (whether my spleen-vent-rant or the much more politely-phrased posts questioning the accuracy of what he reported or expressing support for the GM not showing favoritism to his brother) have been mass-voted-down.Either there are a lot of people out there who want to be carried by a serious raiding guild, or Groom has a lot of friends willing to come and vote for him.
11-13-2010 @ 9:32PM
Hahahaha I noticed that too. bunch of bleeding hearts IMO :P Seriously though it's more likely they can relate to how groom is feeling then the other side.I have to say I liked the way everyone jumped to the "your not having fun, its definitely those elitist jerks who tried helping you fault" approch but noone tried to consider what the raiders are feeling. Every one goes on about how this game is meant to be fun, well those raiders find raiding at a high standered fun why should they have to baby someone just to teach them something they probably had to know to get into the guild in the 1st place? why should they give up their fun for this couple because they are related to the GM? The answer is they shouldn't so stop thinking they should!The only one at fault here is Groom, you wanted to play with you partner (yea thats sweet w/e) but when your intrests ingame conflicted you ditched her, when she started to withdraw from the game you ignored it. Don't blame your brother for your relationship problems you have been making your own choises from the start. oh and BTW Robin I agree with your with your reply 100% too bad 90% of the people here think this game is just about THEIR fun and THEIR feelings, but just like in real life you have to find a place where you fit and that might not always be where you want it to be.
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