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3-04-2011 @ 9:23AM
Lately I've been wondering about these type of situations. Is kicking from guild really the best option?I mean it gives drama still and kicking might increase it(seen that a lot), but reason why I would keep those type of people atleast on friend list (I've had ton of drama people on my msn still) and reason I keep them is because I can keep eye on them. I feel like noone else cares enough so it falls to me to baby sit said people, its rough "job" to do but someone has to do it eh? Or sometimes I'm afraid if I dont keep them on friend list they will go against you very easily.So what are other peoples opinions on these type of things then? Should you keep them somewhat close so you can keep eye on them easier and maybe be the "no, you may not do this" voice of reasoning. Then again, I would prolly kick them out of guild too since I dont want drama on guild, but also keep some way to be able to keep eye on them still. Keep your friends close and enemies even closer? :(
3-04-2011 @ 1:10PM
Ice, it's not your place to keep an eye on the social interactions of anyone, and unless there's something you're not telling us, you're not qualified or empowered to do so. If you see something worrying or illegal, submit a ticket. This game is Blizzard's responsibility, and they have the proper tools for reacting appropriately.
3-04-2011 @ 2:37PM
no reason here to downrank a post that simply offers some genuine questions for discussion.
3-04-2011 @ 4:59PM
I agree with Ando, and would like to add the following 2 points:1. People make mistakes, whether you are watching them or not... you can't stop it.2. Inserting yourself into a situation like this can cause you a lot more harm than you realize, and since you can't stop it (point 1), it's generally a bad idea to do so.I think the guild was correct in what they did, they basically made it known that they felt the behavior of both people were wrong, and were not going to tolerate it. Unfortunately I think that is all they could do; kudos to them for doing the best they could in a tough situation.
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