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4-12-2011 @ 8:20AM
Ugh. This happened to me in my old guild on Detheroc. For the year I was there (playing a faction I hated), I was a member of a well-known guild whose GL left with no notice for MONTHS during the opening raiding moments of BC . In his absence, we temporarily elected an officer as GL, as he had started organizing the raids, was a long-standing member and was someone who most of the guild was at least friendly with and felt comfy "following". We started clearing the 25's pretty regularly when the guy got in contact with a guildy who told him about our progression, which is when he decided to start playing and got upset that we were progressing "without" him.After a week or so of his temper tantrums, including him "forbidding" us to raid without him, those of us who had been raiding regularly broke off and formed our own raiding guild, with the understanding that the old guild would be a casual guild that we were allied with.In the end, the old guild dissolved after years of being together, due to the (cranky) GL leaving again because we wouldn't conform to his rules, and our new raiding guild gained notoriety and eventually merged with one of the top guilds on the server. (I, on the other hand, went back to my favored faction on another server where I've been happily for the subsequent years).
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