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4-11-2011 @ 3:08PM
I've seen this happen twice, once with a negligent guild leadership and once with a responsible guild leader.First time, the guild leaders went "away for a weekend" as posted on boards. They didn't show up for a month. By this point, there was one officer, who'd been hastily promoted and didn't want the job. By three weeks in, the guild had fallen apart. The last remaining officer led a looting of the guild bank (with the remaining members who'd helped earn the loot). There were like five people left in the guild when the leaders came back.The other time was when the guild leader of a small social guild had a stroke. This also happened to be a friend of mine. When I went to visit him in the hospital, he handed me his account information and authenticator. I wasn't in the guild on my mains, but I went ahead and transferred guild leadership to a trusted officer until my friend was recovered enough to resume leadership.
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