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3-05-2012 @ 7:34PM
"As guild leader, I always put my foot down when it was late at night and people wanted to discuss guild business. A Saturday at 2 a.m. is not the time for that!"Why would it make a difference what time it is if the guild leader is online? I understand if they've put up DND or whatever, but why should guild members not discuss guild matters just because it's 2 a.m.? I work evenings from 3 p.m. to midnight, which means my play time is in the 12:30 to 3 or 4 a.m. range. If I wanted to discuss guild business, 2 a.m. would be a pretty good time if our guild leader was on. I don't think there should be one specific time that people should not discuss guild business just because it is that time, unless it's a time the guild leader put aside to play for themselves or whatever, or course.
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