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4-06-2011 @ 7:53PM
I really enjoy my guildmates, and I'm sure this comment is going to get downgraded into oblivion, but can't think of any other way to describe this program other than pointless. If I'm not on WoW then I really can't think of a reason that I need to talk to Guildmates.
4-06-2011 @ 7:58PM
About the only reason was if 1) you no longer play but still want to keep in touch, or 2) you are late for a raid. But, most serious guilds have a guild site (but to the but, most people don't use it).
4-06-2011 @ 11:41PM
I agree with Matt and just want to add to the similar opinions of others who not only find this pointless but think it's too much socialization. I mean really, there is such a thing as being too socialized. With all the social networking technology available today, I fear many have already become over socialized. Take a break already. Do you really need to be in contact with or around your friends (acquaintances) ALL the time? I think many have forgotten or never learned how to be alone in a healthy way.
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