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4-30-2011 @ 1:43AM
My deepest sympathies to Grim. Guild breakups almost always suck and leave hard feelings all around even in the best of circumstances. I've been involved in far more more such breakups than I care to think about, and it never gets easier to see something you put time and effort into making crumble to dust and drama over night. And the guild leveling system seems to almost add insult to injury now since it acts as a quantifiable measure of that now-gone time and effort.Best advice I can give is to move on. As nice as those perks were, you can get them again. It will take time and effort, no doubt. But I'd rather be a part of a guild that is relatively free of drama and has fun who aren't at a high level than a part of a high-level guild that's a festering cesspit of drama and resentment. And as much as you might want to try to take some kind of vengeance on your loathsome former guild leader and his cohort, don't. He isn't worth your time to pursue such activities. In the end, he'll just be wasting even more of your time, and it seems very likely that as the game stands now, there is little to nothing you could actually do to him without crossing some nasty ethical lines of your own. Find a new guild or build a new one salvaged from the wreckage of your old guild. It won't be the same as your old guild, but you'll be much happier in the long run than dwelling further on what is already lost.
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