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1-24-2011 @ 3:59PM
A similar situation happened in our guild a while ago...We are a RPing guild, we had a rather unique theme at the time, and we had some guidelines that people had to follow. Yet one day, a member happened to break those guidelines, and it resulted in a gkick, within the hour, he had created his own guild with the exact same theme, he tried to get our members into his guild. Thankfully, it didn't last long.Now... the second time it was different. This one person tried to both In-Character and Out-of-Character undermine the GM's authority, eventually getting to the point that he and his posse gquit and made their own guild. This guild wasn't just doing the exact same thing, but they were in the same area, but they almost got to the point where they were griefing us. One of the things that -really- stings is that the "defector", was a close friend who was responsible for getting -me- ranked up in the guild in the first place.Now, an expansion later, I find that they are going out to whatever guilds -we- had contact with and tried to get them in some sort of a "Mass guild alliance", it worked for a lot of it, and now we are in a rut while they are thriving.I guess I just needed to rant, and since it's on this topic... I might as well do it here rather than the Server Forums.
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