In response to "The Angel in the Guild" from The Escapist Forum: I have a female in my guild who always take raid leadership spots, and she's an officer too. She does a great job at it, and while from time to time we get drama in the guild, is definitely not the female's fault, but all guildies related to it, males and females. Males provoke as much drama as females, but they just do it in another way.
- Alexandra Erenhart
Ok, I'm going to say this right now, cause I'm sick of hearing it. Girls, when some guy is saying things you don't like, getting pissy doesn't help. Getting pissy being defined as "complaining, getting mad, and letting them get to you". They WANT you to get mad. That's WHY they do it. So getting mad gives them EXACTLY what they want. Don't let them. And the best way to do that is to understand the art of the comeback.
I don't think it's really women that cause drama, I think it's MMO's themselves lol.
In response to "The Good Ending" from The Escapist Forum: I find it interesting how it seems that a lot of WoW players seem to be unable to walk the middle path between actively playing and not playing at all, often its either one or the other. Ok a lot can depend on wich part of the game you are on and in wich kind of guild you are in, people in the so called hardcore raiding guilds may have tougher time trying to fit the game in with real life obligations due to the fear of losing a spot in the guild should they suddenly decide to cut back on gaming whereas someone who is still leveling up may be hooked to the whole questing thing and getting those missing levels.
- Repo Man
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