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3-04-2011 @ 9:40AM
Oooh this one's a toughie... While I'm not one to advocate involvement in others personal lives, including those I meet online, this is the kind of situation where intervention might actually be the best course of action. Whatever the case, going to a GM was the right decision, and if you DO decide to get more involved, a call to blizzard may not be a bad idea. They do have systems in place to deal with such things, and they'd probably rather nip this in the bud than have the world hear about it from a FOX affiliate.The main reason why I'm uncertain whether there should be further involvement is that I'm well aware of the effect of diffusion of responsibility. It seems many of your guild members are aware of this, and may assume that somebody will deal with it. If it is a situation that requires involvement, then let that somebody be you, because the worst thing a relationship like this can do is spiral out of control because nobody was playing ref.
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