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11-14-2011 @ 1:35PM
X/Z left.So long bud, see ya round. This ain't your show no longer.Mind you when I started reading this parts of it made me think you were my guildies, but I still say X/Z can take his kick and be done with in all fiarness.I left my guild a few months after wrath launched, handing it over to another. Came bak some months later and was just a guildie for a bit. mentioned in an offhand way that it felt weird no longer running my guild - and suddenly found myself GM and the GM I had left in charge gquit and put me on ignore, then sent a very long rant to another person who'd been online at the time.- I was baffled that she took my offhand comment as a demand... but I resumed and we moved on.Until a drama disaster between my raiders and casuals hit while I was at work one day... and we went from the server's 2nd largest guild to less than 10 accounts in a week...Recently server transferred... left the guild behind, I suspect a few of them hoped I would leave it, but there were only 4 or 5 left at that time - so I went back to the old server, opened up gold and bank perms, posted a note, and then transferred the guild itself a week later.One of my top members went by the handle 'B' in game... so reading this thread was a bit curious for me. I do think she, her SO, and a friend of theirs - 3 of my few remaining members, had wanted things to last... but after we all got stuck being unable to play regularly, and our B recently losing the ability to be online daily... it just fell apart.Your X/Z sounds like trouble. Your B currently has the guild. So rename it now. 'Cuddly Bears' or something... (the 'what name will get him to flee' tactic). Rename, boot X/Z, and move on.
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