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4-12-2011 @ 10:10PM
i was unfortunately one of these guild leaders. had to stop playing for two or three months, still havent returned to the game (still check wowinsider occasionally to see whats going on). i appointed our second-in-command to GM, and we kept in touch through weekly or bi-weekly emails. he would let me know how things were going, ask my opinion or input, things seemed to be going smoothly. few weeks go by where i don't get an email, i send one out, no response. i end up hearing from a RL friend who used to be in the guild but is still in contact with some of the old peeps that the GM suddenly went and did a faction change, left the guild to a new guy who he recruited in my absence, who then proceeded to ninja the bank. the remaining members convinced him to give the GM tag to a long-time member, but still... very shitty situation. dont know if there will be anything to come back to when i come back. i had an agreement worked out with my first officer that he would give GM to me when i got back if i wanted it. i had decided that if things were going well, he could keep it going, but now hes not the one with the authority to make those decisions anymore and im not sure how its going to go down when im able to resub, or honestly if the guild will even still be there.
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