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3-17-2011 @ 11:07AM
This is factually inaccurate - you don't lose all of your rep with your guild until you join another guild.
3-17-2011 @ 11:10AM
That's what I thought as well. It keeps humorous gkicks from being catastrophic, which is nice.
3-17-2011 @ 11:19AM
Agreed, wrong answer there. You do not lose rep with your current guild if you leave until you join another, I have had my guildmate test it and it is indeed true.
3-17-2011 @ 11:21AM
If you join another guild, it zeros out... guild rep also zeros out if a certain amount of time expires, though if I recall correctly, it was more then a week for this to occur (which also prevents the officer joke-g-kicking a guildy from losing rep).
3-17-2011 @ 11:28AM
If you DON'T join another guild, you can rejoin your old guild within ten days before your rep resets to zero.
3-17-2011 @ 11:34AM
This also would have come into play with the bug shortly after patch 4.0.something where players were sometimes unable to take part in guild chat until they dropped and rejoined the guild. Yeah, that bug sucked anyway, but if you lost all of your guild rep at the same time that would *really* suck.
3-17-2011 @ 1:33PM
Situation I find most humorous:Jimmy: "I'm 100 rep from 'The exalted!!! 'Evil GM's Guild' guild rep counts!'"Jimmy has been kicked from the guild.Evil GM: "BWAHAHAHAHAHA!!!"
3-17-2011 @ 7:40PM
i actually had it that i hit exalted in my last guild, now i dont know if this was a bug or not but i kept all my rep when i joined another guild in less than a minute. im still confused as to how it worked but i just kept my 999/1000 exalted rep some how o_O
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