Crow wrote:Xaz wrote:We have a zero drama policy.
I think that any group you meet will tell you this, but by my own experience it finds you if you want it or not. Is it fair ? ... no ... is it something you can prevent ? ... I fear not.
The only way is to turn your back when you encounter it and go and not force the confrontation.
The longer I am in SL Gor as a killer the more I get this view of what some people are about and I fear that some are here to make having fun very complicated. It is a shame ... and I don't know how it is in other castes but within the BC I sometimes wonder why we often find ourselves in ongoing debates about politics while we all already know we will never agree fully.
I try ... to be IC aware this means that eventhough one person made my SL Life a lot harder (oocly wise) I won't hold it against him in character. When I meet him ... and I am not able to turn away, I will give him the same respect he always had before he started his quest against my character. I never turned down a candidate because I didn't like him, I never made it harder on a task because I felt badly about one either. Crow is about IC ... and there he is a badass killer with rather strickt and harsh judgments, but also someone that doesn't gets angry because someone called him a whimp or a chick.
So in this topic I would like to make the link to what Solomon Voss wrote about it ... I really think he hits the nail pretty close to what my thoughts are about ranks, discipline and how we keep order.
Oh it does find us from time to time, but when it does, we take out the trash. Zero drama policy.