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9-12-2011 @ 9:31AM
I think everything will be fine. As the GM of a guild with people ranging from 14-40+, we take people with us for their skill and personality, not their age. I've actually got 2-3 14-15 year olds and a 17 year old as part of our core raiding group. My biggest concern as GM in regards to their age is that they aren't short-changing their education in order to play (none of them are). While I'm sure there are some players that age lacking the maturity to be part of a guild like that, the fact that the OP is concerned about this issue indicates a semblance of maturity in recognizing it may be an issue. The guys in my guild were quite hesitant at revealing their ages at first, probably for similar reasons, but I'm glad they did. I've actually found the hardest age group to deal with in a guild isn't the high school crowd. It's college students. They're between being minors and adults, trying to find themselves, and many are trying to juggle being out from under the thumbs of adults. At least many (though not all) in the high school age range have parents who keep them somewhat in check.
9-12-2011 @ 9:57AM
Is your name REALLY Dana Whitaker, or are you a Sports Night fan?If it's the latter... you're awesome. (If it's the former, you're awesome, too... but you know what I mean.)
9-12-2011 @ 10:58AM
You're watching Sports Night on CSC, so stick around ;)I know you got downrated, but I don't care. People just don't appreciate the awesomeness of Aaron Sorkin.
9-12-2011 @ 1:59PM
No, they really don't. It's a shame. At least he was recognized for his work on The Social Network. Well deserved. He just has bad luck with TV networks.Also, you should follow Joshua Malina (Jeremy Goodwin) on Twitter. He's hilarious.
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