Aggro Me: Guild Drama Roundup
Guild Drama Roundup
Wargut recently mentioned on the Aggro Forums that there has been a lot of movement between guilds lately. I've noticed the same. Is this a natural thing at this stage of the game or a result of the changes to the patron system? I'm guessing it's a little bit of both. I think guild stability can be an important factor in keeping people playing a game but freedom of choice is important too.And then we have this hilarious thread (thanks for the link Anskiere). In it, the guild Halycon Affinity puts this offer out there: "Have you ever wanted one of those guild level 30 rewards but just didnt wanna put in the effort? Well heres your chance We are opening up shop on letting people buy the guild level 30 items.We charge a premium in order for a person to join our guild to purchase those items. Basically you give us the premium, we invite you and allow you to buy certain items then remove you from guild once you have bought your items. If you buy a carpet or steed then you can get any other items at no extra premium. Also If you are buying a title, clothing and a house item, the total charge would only be 1 plat. prices include: Spirit Steed 15 plat Carpet 15 plat Title 1 plat Clothing 1 plat House items 1 plat"Yes, this is for real and not a parody. I can understand why people in that thread are getting angry but I'm still laughing at the hilarious brazenness of the whole thing. This is on the "good" roleplaying server to make things even funnier.Speaking of roleplaying, I recently ran across this 32 page thread on the World of Warcraft forums about the "Night Kittens," a guild who roleplay as, er, prostitutes. And from what I could gather (I couldn't get through more than 4 pages), that entails engaging other players in a cybersex for gold transaction. This is probably old news to WoW players but it's the first time I'd seen it.