[FONT="Verdana"][SIZE="1"]I have played WoW since vanilla. I have flitted from hard core raider, to PvP, BG, Arena – but am most comfortable as a social gamer.
a year ago, when I read that PC Gamer had a WoW guild going I paid to move server and change faction on three characters. I brought over two friends. All for the joy of joining PCG! I have always played alliance characters – call me mad – but somehow they just ‘fit’ better. When Cataclysm was announced, I knew that I would be levelling a wargen at the expense of my horde 80s. Ok, again call me mad – here I am in a truly massive horde guild – but I knew I wanted to go back to Alliance. When there was talk of a PCG Alliance guild, I jumped at the chance to help out and signed the charter – and so ‘Rebel Alliance’ was born. But since I started levelling my wargen mage Oboroten, Rebel Alliance has been an utter disappointment. I imagined it to be a working, Alliance alternative to PCG – and it just isn’t. At best it’s a minor chat room for novelty wargen alts.
What is RA intended for? Can it not be a fully functional guild? Each night I get 2-3 whispers asking for guild invites. The RA officers are never on – they spend 99.9% of their time on PCG. How does that work? How can RA ever be viable with a structure like that? I think there is a case for an Alliance alternative to PCG.
I am prepared to act as a temporary officer until other more worthy candidates step forward.[/SIZE][/FONT]
Last edited by Fetler; 12-13-2010 at 08:48 PM.