While I do appreciate the confidence here Salinae, I want to set the record straight. The first rule of leadership is that you're responsible for everything good and bad that happens to your crew. I have indeed made every effort to avoid drama and cliques within the guild and the efforts usually pay off, but there are definitely issues that come up that usually stay behind the scenes. I try to respect people's right to privacy if they want to vent about something that bothers them and do not ever try to air dirty laundry. We are extremely lucky to have a kick officer group right now, and I cannot remember any officer rage-quits, but that is more due to how good and patient our officers are than anything I can take credit for outside of realizing they had the right kind of potential and promoting them. I believe that a guild leader should lead and not be a figure head and take on the burdens so that others can have fun. That works for us but there are many other ways that work for other guilds. Leave my crocs alone, they are the master shoe!