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Mar 24th 2012 2:47PM Where is this mythical realm where there is a lot of role playing going on?
Oct 5th 2011 11:42AM Reading the story again, your interpretation is also a valid reading.
Oct 5th 2011 11:39AM I believe that what happened is gold got sent to a someone with a slightly different name. The receiver kept the gold, cause "Hey, free gold!" until the receiver found how why they received free gold. Then, the receiver returned the gold to the sender, while under no obligation to do so. That's my reading of the story.
Oct 1st 2011 2:52PM It would be nice if we didn't have to read the article carefully before being able to figure out that the article was a protection article instead of a holy article. Alas, too much to ask for.
Sep 29th 2011 8:21PM We have many players from each of the four continental US time zones, and I don't expect us to start turning good people away because we're full any time soon.
Sep 29th 2011 8:18PM I joined because of a Drama Mamas comment that linked the guild's Declaration of Principles. At first I was in love with the guild -- nobody could ever do anything wrong. Since then, I've become more realistic. But this is a wonderful group of people to play with. My brother is not at all liberal, and he has to bite his tongue on occasion, but he knows that while we don't agree with his politics, we have his back and he is welcome to stay with us as long as he abides by the Principles. I've only been with the guild for 10 months, but in that time I've not seen anyone /gkicked. About once every other month, someone will start behaving badly, and an officer will quote some part of the Principles, and sometimes the person decides to leave and other times decides to act according to the Principles.
In our raiding group, it's a common event to have someone win the roll for a piece of loot, and then a couple of seconds later say, "Oh, you should have this, it's a much bigger upgrade for you than it is for me." And we do care about loot.
Because we pay for repairs for all toons in the guild, sometimes the gbank gets a bit low. And the Guild Message of the Day let's us know, but usually by the time I log on, the balance is +20k of what it was when the GMotD was changed.
I can imagine that I might stop playing WoW, but I can't imagine leaving the guild. Others have deployed overseas, or taken a semester off of WoW, but they keep in touch, and we welcome them back when they return.
Apr 13th 2011 2:02AM This would get you no gear, no rep, no achievement. It would get you practice where you didn't have to worry about the dps or heals being upset with you for being too slow. Training wheels. Then when you knew what to do, you'd graduate to real teams of real people for real (digital) rewards.