Well, that’s cryptic …
With the notable exception of Keaton, none of my guildmembers are aware that I blog. At least, I think they aren’t. One of my hunters is a frequent commenter over at Gevlon‘s place and occasionally Drotara’s, but I doubt he’s followed the links back to me yet. (Or if he has, he’s been discreet about it, which I appreciate.)
On the other hand, I do know that at least one of my guildmembers also maintains a WoW blog, which he updates infrequently enough that I recently removed it from my blogroll. Nonetheless, I’m scratching my head over his most recent post, which just went up today:
Can someone please give me a home? I need to find a good server.
I know he loathes the PvP server culture, and has tried at least once before to make a home elsewhere. I’m (selfishly) hoping that’s what this is about, because I’d hate to think I missed some bit of guild drama that could be driving him away. I thought we were back on an even keel, but who knows what happens when I’m not online.
Then again, if it is guild-related, then it’s at least something we can work on — in contrast to the over-arching server culture, which is beyond all hope of redemption. I wouldn’t blame anyone for wanting to transfer off; if I weren’t so invested in my guild, I would too! You know things are bad when the #1 Horde guild on the server hosts trade-channel PuG’s for nothing more than the dubious joy of ninja-looting all of the drops to guildmembers who don’t need them (and, in many cases, can’t equip them) over PuG’s who do, and then mocking anyone who dares to complain about it in trade chat and on the realm forum.
Anyway, I can’t comment on his blog because it’s blocked at work, but I’ll make a point of talking to him tonight. In the meantime, I’ll just … obssess quietly over it, I guess.