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Originally posted by Rhoklaw As long as they don't hog all the crafting resources, I'm ok with it.
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Originally posted by Meion I've come to see that many serious pve/pvp guilds in games are lead by guys. There are guilds lead by girls but they rarely collect good players and form a guild system to dominate the server. Why do you think it doesn't usually happen? And would you join a guild lead by two girls (Who are taking the game and the guild seriously)? If not, could you tell why? Thanks!
I think your issue is the different definition you have of a guild. A Guild to most MMO veterans is about a social community to play the game. "Dominating" the server is seldom the goal. When you take out the 4 year old rush to be called a bad-a and kick everyone in PVP and you look at a community stand point female ran groups are some of the best there are to be a part of.
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Originally posted by plat0nic Assuming they used ventrilo or mumble first so as to PROVE they weren't really 55/m/pedo
That 55/m/pedo can become an 18/F/Supermodel with a simple voice modifier.
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I am an officer in one of the largest guilds in DDO, and the leader was a woman when I joined. The only reason she isn't still the leader is because she went back to college and stepped down since she no longer had the time.
I'm not sure how misogynist you can be when half of the "female" characters are men IRL.
I probably wouldn't like that very much.
If they were women, then it's fine. I ask for maturity in guild leadership - so a man or woman, not a boy or girl.
Competence is not restricted to one gender.