To be honest, the main reason I stopped leading SR was due to real life
pressures. I had recently moved and started going to a university, and it
was difficult to spend time with my girlfriend, keep up with school, AND
lead a guild. Perhaps its partially my fault for feeling responsible for
everyone in the guild. I guess I took the role of guild leader seriously.
I felt that my leading directly affected those people in the guild, and my
absence thus diminished their guild experience, thus their play experience.
Maybe thats an arrogant attitude, or perhaps a slightly too sappy one, I
dunno. Either way, thats how I felt, and thats why I made the choice I did.
RL comes first, no matter what.
If you have alts that take up leadership, do
you find that followers treat you differently when they don't know
I have never experienced this myself, but I have heard of alot of cases
where people have been bitched at or treated poorly by other players, only
to find out it was the alt of some alliance leader, etc. On one hand, you
should never bitch at or treat ANYONE poorly, but on the other, you shouldnt
treat leaders with some kind of reverence either. There is a fine line of
how to treat people in online worlds, and I think more people should try to