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Aug 2nd 2011 5:02PM I agree with those that said stop talking to the gleader's wife about this. I am a gleader's wife and i'm happy to talk stuff over with people but I do not run the guild. Am I privvy to conversations - no doubt, but I definately have no more say in how to run the guild than anyone else. I don't want to and I don't think it's a good idea either.
No doubt it is probably easier to talk to her, but it's not the right way to go about solving this situation.
Apr 1st 2011 11:44AM I don't think he told you enough to predict how people will react. I think a lot depends on the enormity of the lie(s).
If you told them you are from Alabama, when you are from Tennessee - well, that's no biggie really. On the other hand, if you told them you are female when you are male, or that you are engaged, when you are single etc etc - you might be surprised at how big the reaction will be.
Everyone here seems to be quite understanding, but we haven't been lied to by you.
Case in point. In the very first guild I joined - along with my Husband and a few friends, we had a guild leader who one person had known, through the game, for quite a while. Good guild, nice people, no problem. Until he confessed (or someone found out, can't remember) that he was not only himself, he was also his "daughter" in-game. You have never seen such a mass exodus from the guild - it dissolved within about 5 minutes. This person had been playing his "daughter" and teaming up with another guild member's daughter for levelling. Nothing untoward happened - the child was monitored - but that made exactly zero difference (which of course it shouldn't).
So while most here are saying it should be ok and people will understand, prepare yourself for either being gkicked on the spot or losing those friends you have made, or both - I hope that doesn't happen to you - but please be prepared. In reading between the lines it looks like your lies are probably much bigger than you are letting on here.