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Been told to wipe your char list by guild

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Guildrum
03.28.2012 , 09:35 AM | #41
...Why?
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Listerman
03.28.2012 , 10:56 AM | #42
Looked into the poster to see if he responded with a reason, but this thread has been his only post.

What the hell, dude. You're only telling us a fraction of the story.
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Mutaram
03.28.2012 , 01:47 PM | #43
Quote: Originally Posted by Listerman View Post
Looked into the poster to see if he responded with a reason, but this thread has been his only post.

What the hell, dude. You're only telling us a fraction of the story.
Well Magnum P.I. There is no fraction of the story his post is the story. Joined a guild got in game mail saying what he posted. That is all.
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iRouven
03.28.2012 , 02:41 PM | #44
Please OP, come back, the suspense is killing me!

Love the EVE stories btw.
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Steelyeye
03.28.2012 , 07:31 PM | #45
Quote: Originally Posted by Rami__ View Post
Only Eve-Online from what I know has had a suspicion culture going that far amongst the 'guilds' (corporations and alliances).

In PL we'd screen applicants in a multitude of ways, going from a interview to full API key exposures. API keys and the character names of all personas on that account are run through a DB of all known spies and other persona non grata. If we find evidence ANY of the characters are owned by someone with multiple accounts then this is probed, and more checks are run if needed.

We also actively monitored IP addresses used by members and applicants wherever we had access to this info (mumble, irc services, website). These are again cross-checked against known offending IPs. The PL website and forums have a type of unicode watermarking built in which means any leaked information can be traced back to the account in question (including screenshots as the unicode watermark leaves a very minute visual marker). Passwords were monitored in a similar way. If a member would use a password that an unwanted person had used in the past that would be flagged up and investigated.

Yes sirs, internet spaceships is, and always has been, serious bzns.

Edit: so what I'm saying is, you might have accidentally joined PL in SWTOR, if they made a guild xD If so, o/ guys
The reason I loved and hated that game...

So much fun, but it almost gave me ulcers.

Also by the way, in the OP's guild, the GM kept all of his alts I bet. ...
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ShelvanUberwan
03.28.2012 , 07:47 PM | #46
Quote: Originally Posted by Andryah View Post
There was this one time in band camp........


Your statement made me laugh. I read your link too on Narcissim and love the article on this was very informative, and filled with so many truths.
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denpic
03.28.2012 , 08:07 PM | #47
I had to do a interview for my wow raiding guild
Was funny lol but was the best guild I've ever been in
Raid drops funded the guild bank and when we raided they supplied consumables
And turn on guild repairs

Also I think theres a cap on guild size so you gm may have meant no alts