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The Open Door Policy: Leaving Covenant

Post  Myre on Fri Jan 29, 2010 11:29 pm

I'd like this to be fully clear to all members, since we have had two people who have done this recently and it seems to not be very clear.

Covenant has an Open Door Policy: If you want to find a new guild, we won't prevent you from leaving the guild or hunt you down for it.


If you want to leave the guild, you come to an officer and talk to them about it. We'd like to know what's wrong, if we can do anything to fix it, or anything else important about why you want to leave or what you need to do it for.

If nothing else, give a reason in guild chat and give us a few minutes to talk.


That's not just silly, it's incredibly rude. You know what My reaction would be to somebody letting an officer know they wanna leave the guild?
"Oh, that's too bad, I hope they at least have fun where they're going"

My reaction to someone just dropping guild?
edit:"not as favourable"

We understand that sometimes things happen, and you may leave the guild. edit: Just please give us the consideration to tell us why you are leaving.

Just talk to an Officer if you want to leave. That's all.

A crumpled piece of paper lays strewn and forgotten on the floor. Written with excellent handwriting in deep black ink. It starts:

"Those who can speak, are blind. and those who aren't blind, can't speak. It's a sad truth, one you should do well to remember."

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Post  fdarr on Tue Feb 09, 2010 3:36 pm

I agree with the comments. My problem is my ten year old grandson loves to "help" me play WoW and he reads guild chat and these posts when I am looking at them. Could we please drop F... and Sh.. from our conversations? Other words can easily express the same thing. Thank you.


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Post  Whiskeytango on Tue Feb 09, 2010 3:47 pm

Myre I cant agree more...it hurts my feelings to have a "Friend" just bail.

We do need to watch the language.

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Post  Penny on Tue Feb 09, 2010 5:15 pm

I agree, but sometimes people might not want to blame a person, try to make it general, if you object to the way someone is acting, strongly---- then try to express it as an action not a person.
For instance: you object to my language strongly enough to leave. Then tell the officers that the language is just not something you can take. You don't have to mention my name. Then if they cant do something about it right away at least it is something that officers can bring up in a guild meeting.

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