said by pandora:Pandora, I don't think you get it. said by Krisnatharok:
Nothing? Is that the answer you were looking for? We aren't alliance pansies.
Horde or alliance is meaningless to me, I'll be happy to play a toon on either faction. To make faction such an issue seems immature to me.
The DSLR guild is laid back, and slow to level, mostly family centric, with some greatly appreciated help from others.
I recall the day I decided to make Fel an officer, the other officers asked me not to, saying he was too immature. However his heart was in the right place.
At the end, once all the tallies were up, outside of my family, Mr. Fel was the largest contributor to DSLR.
Sometimes you have to understand people matter, not the game. Fel and Kingdome have been such great friends and assets to our guild. Folks like that don't come along often, they are treasures.
Treasures to be appreciated and not insulted. My family could propel Aftershock to 85 much faster than any other group of players likely to sign up from this forum. Yet for years I've received insults similar to yours.
As someone who has taken a small family guild to 25, I'd like to offer some advice.
1) It's a game, enjoy it. Without enjoyment the game isn't fun.
2) Factions are for fun, taking them seriously is folly. Enjoy a faction as you would enjoy any other aspect of the game.
3) Value the people who play, your players are humans. I'm not Pandora or Vyle (my title in game). I'm a person, as is Fel or Kingdome or any other member of my guild. Respect players as real people. Value them. Try to understand them.
4) People have real life situations and needs. Sometimes they need to take extended leaves. This doesn't mean they don't care, or aren't interested, it means they have real lives and are human. Respect that, respect the time they gave and if / when they return, respect them again.
5) Without respect, and enjoyment of the game, a guild isn't fun imo.