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9-29-2011 @ 7:26PM
Actually, we've have had some issues in the past. Because of these issues, last year I asked a group of senior members to draft a Declaration of Purpose and Principles for the guild, to be like our constitution. The committee included two lawyers, an anthropologist, and three of the founding members of guild, one of whom was an experienced raider and another who never raids, plus Moodyloner.Ayup. That's why I'm not a member anymore. That and the leadership's shameless public character assassination of people who weren't Mama and Company's best friends. Sign the Loyalty Oath or leave, and if you don't sign it, prepare for war. They will go out of their way to tell as many lies about you to as many people as they possibly can. Leaving Wreck List was the best WoW decision I've ever made.
9-29-2011 @ 7:27PM
Sigh. Obviously the first part there was a quote from the article. My HTML-fu was weak.
9-29-2011 @ 7:36PM
Ooooh, comment drama, my favorite! /popcorn
9-29-2011 @ 7:42PM
@Seraph Nah, no comment drama. All of us involved are in better places now, and I don't give a flying hoot what goes on in Wreck List (affectionately known in my friend circles as Train Wreck). There are still several people I care about in the guild, although you couldn't pay me to go back. I just chuckled to myself when I saw year-and-a-half-old drama referenced in this article because it's par for the course.
9-29-2011 @ 8:29PM
Lol. I had a bet with someone that you would you show up to trash the guild from which you g-quit. You just can't help yourself.It is actually fairly shocking that you, of all people, would have the audacity to mention "character assassination" after you run around the WoW blogs falsely accusing people of being anti-gay, and repeatedly trashing your former guildie on your blog as not deserving her raiding titles.But anyway, have fun nursing a years-old grudge, and say "hi" to everyone in your fantasy-land where you are ever the victim!
9-29-2011 @ 9:12PM
Really I never was asked to sign any sort of loyalty oath. Then again I have been apart of the guild for a little over two straight years.
9-29-2011 @ 9:25PM
There never was and never will be a "loyalty oath." There is an application process to join the guild now like oh, thousands of other guilds. But there's no loyalty oath. How would that even work?
9-29-2011 @ 9:49PM
Stormy, as someone who chafed under the new leadership, and cracked under the pressure of too many responsibilities, I have to say... the fact that you just had to show up here to piss in their corn flakes is pathetic.They deserve a lot of credit for what they built, even if some of us cranky oldwr members felt like we didn't belong. I used to empathize with you, despite our disagreements... but unlike you I guess I knew when to walk away.-O
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