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9-29-2011 @ 7:29PM
This is kind of cool. I don't know what it is about guilds that don't specialize in tolerance, but it always seems like the least tolerant members are the ones who talk the loudest. I hate having to bite down my objections to "that's so gay" just because I'm not a respected member of the guild yet. It's one of the things I miss about my first guild, and I don't think I realized how lucky I was to have such nice people. Maybe all the nice people are just stuck in non-raiding guilds?
9-29-2011 @ 7:45PM
I was talking to a game friend on my server, asking questions about how I could go about stepping up my raiding. She's been in several raiding guilds and knows lots of people on the server, so I was sure she had some insight. The thing that really stuck with me was "If you want to raid, you have to put up with some a**holes." I don't need that aggravation so I sit with my current guild of nice people still working on T11. Can't have everything!
9-30-2011 @ 5:57PM
My response to 'that's gay' is always something along the lines of "Yes, I like it too". It shuts them up (sometimes), or gets them worse so you can report them for harassment/abuse, and it's a polite response that your guild shouldn't fault you for.And there are progressed guilds that you don't have to put up with this sort of thing in.
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