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1-30-2012 @ 10:49PM
@ nivThe problems with Moms are that they have children. Not just small children whom they wish to play with, but teen children, adult children whom they communicate with via Warcraft. This is an issue in that you have now joined a guild with a family dynamic, which means that at least two raid slots are permanently filled, expressing a concern to one member will reach all of them, and family disputes can ruin a guild's raiding instantly.I'm saying this after being in three 'family guilds' in a row, and each one has been wonderful in its own way, but at the same time the most stressful experience I've had in-game. It's not for everyone, and I've learned it's not for me. Your guild are your friends, don't make them your family unless you can be sure that the family that plays together stays together.
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