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9-30-2011 @ 4:00AM
Not sure why we have an article about a guild with a political agenda. They call themselves progressive because they do not discriminate against sex, orientation or race.. religion.. etc. (most guilds I have been a part of have this view anyway without the term 'progressive' needed- the word is overused to express ideas that really are not all that new)Yet they say they enjoy slamming Republicans at times.Then WoW Insider tells us to watch the comments?Progressive and all inclusive- sure it is great to have a guild who protects members from being attacked for the way they were born. What guild isn't?This guild flaunts this idea as a ruse because they really just want a bunch of people with same political ideology and will not stand up for a moment for any member who thinks otherwise.I would much rather see guilds who work to fight childhood cancer, helping single moms and actually DOING something besides grouping up and patting each other on the back for being 'the good people'.
9-30-2011 @ 5:57AM
A guild that 'raided' together in the real world to raise money for charity would be a nice story.
9-30-2011 @ 6:01AM
9-30-2011 @ 11:34PM
Now would be a good time to note that the guild members helped several of their members who lost their jobs stay in their homes, I guess. Wonder how many guilds would do that.
10-01-2011 @ 2:11AM
@InviernaWhat didn't dkosmama mention this sort of thing in the interview then? Why did she not place more emphasis on how tight and personable this guild seems to be? This interview does not showcase a lot of good things about the guild. Really, what has been said in the interview has placed a big, ugly spotlight on the things that aren't even really all that important to the guild, from what I gather from the comments. And some of the people that I believe to be from Wreck List that commented here don't seem to be really improving my opinion of the guild. Even your comment here seems a little snarky.It's wonderful that Wreck List has enough people that care so much about the community to help people keep their homes. But this interview has been a PR disaster in my opinion.
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