Wednesday, March 17, 2010
Actually, that's not strictly true. Last night the only people logged on were those who were raiding. That's cool, coz I am well aware that a lot of our Guild are working hard and making money, which is exactly what should be happening. It's not like the raid didn't take place either, it did and they cleared a ton of content. The first (and only) death before Putricide only occured because the DK tank had a navigational issue with his rocket pack and flew off the Gunboat as the fight was starting. All in all, it was really rather splendid.
As I didn't raid I decided I'd potter for a while, and I did some herbing (we have an Ulduar instance open for Frost Lotus herbing at present) whilst the raid continued. It was lovely to spend the evening simply hanging out and doing something albeit mundane, but at the same time very satisfying. All the alts have flasks for the forseeable future. I grabbed enough herbs on the trips between respawns inside the Instance to also shove a load to my Scribe to help her do some long-overdue glyph catchup.
I deliberately don't talk about the details of Guild events here, but in this case I'm going to make an exception. To the two people who tried to ruin this evening for me, and indeed for the people raiding, a quick message. I think considering your behaviour, calling me childish was pretty ironic. You were sent a polite and perfectly acceptable reply to your question. If I choose not to talk to you and not to /ignore you, that's up to me. I think having seen what you have been capable of the last couple of days, we took precisely the right course of action in removing you both.
Sorry, but sometimes tumbleweed is preferable to dealing with that level of noise.