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6-13-2011 @ 7:15PM
Seems to me alt runs are just that: for alts. I assume Hoots and the officers are all in the "main" raid on the weekends.Perhaps this other officer is threatened by Hoots? I have known many officers feel like their control is slipping away when other members take an active role in what they feel are "leadership" roles. More than that, if Hoots and this other officer have had bad blood, there is the legitimate threat that Hoots is preparing his own group of people to start a new raiding guild with.Still, as long as the officers can put on their big-girl panties and realize that weekend-focused doesn't mean weekend-only, this can be nothing but good for the guild.
6-13-2011 @ 7:24PM
Thats something I've seen, its the officers job to uphold the guild imo like police and keep it a fair and lvl playing field. How i try to do it. and i agree it sounds like shes threatened.
6-13-2011 @ 7:27PM
To be fair, I assume Hoots is a stand-up guy and the officer is overreacting. Keeping things "fair" really only applies to the main run, and as long as everyone's mains are available for the main run, great.I tend to think the officer is taking enforcement a step too far, but again, I make some assumptions about the personality of everyone involved. I can understand how an officer might feel threatened, but it's also up to the officer to realize what personal biases might be causing them to behave and react a certain way.
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