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1-17-2012 @ 1:15PM
Though.I can say Im rather concern for this. As it is the main problem demanding girlfriend and boyfriend on a collar.She's being rather unfair to the GL and the guild demanding that the times be changed to fit her, When in all honesty, it wont be about her always and she has to accept that, Other people are in the tide.I would suggesting trying to find a mid point if that mid point works for all then use it, even if its a hour or half of raiding. Though I do hold 2 points that make me more or less worried.Your guild is gonna crash and burn, For the times being unflexible.And it might cause alot of drama, Most Gl's dont want to hear that your leaving over his GF's hours being changed. (To which he'll see unfair)Though, In all honesty stare at the blank truth.Would you if you were in the GL's position where you felt completely loyal to your GF, Try and put other people whom you probably never met IRL over your love over hours on raiding?. No, Thats the blunt truth no you wouldnt(unless your one of those guys who would be more or less doing it to which then you know your answer). The GF is main problem here as i stated above though, She's taking her power as gf and using it to get what she want's, That isnt the way to do it though. She needs to be understanding that,Just for ONE night she wont make it doesnt mean she'll lose anything, If she wants apiece of gear on a boss you'll kill that night then so what?, You'll get it next time and keep trying. Unless its because she wants to raid with her BF, and its the only activity amongest others that she enjoys most with him.All in all I agree with Lisa on this post, The way I see it, its point blank to point this.And it isnt gonna end well. It's a make or break deal on this and im pretty sure its more break if 7 of you are already willing to leave. Though thats my suggestion,Good luck on finding a solution! -bow-
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