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12-12-2011 @ 11:14AM
I agree with Scott. Remove them, and as frustrating as it may be to not get answers, I honestly would just let it drop.The boyfriend probably tossed an easy excuse out so he wouldn't look bad, but the truth is, he still bailed out, along with a lot of other people-which says that they at the very least aren't a good fit in your guild, and that's fine, it happens. But it's best to move on."People aren't going to leave a high-level guild (I assume yours is fairly well along, we only have about 12 people and we're nearly 25) on a whim. Something made it more worthwhile for them to join a level 1 guild than to stay in their old, high-level one."This comment earlier by Schadenfreude is pretty spot-on. People don't want to leave an established guild with lots of perks to go join a level 1 guild with nothing unless they already feel they have nothing to lose by doing so. It usually indicates a very serious problem.
12-12-2011 @ 9:52PM
"The boyfriend probably tossed an easy excuse out..."The problem here is that tossing an easy excuse out is the min-max answer to the social situation. Maximum excuse, minimum drama. Which mean that we STILL have no way of proving it one way or the other, but have great temptation to make that assumption unproven.
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