So I told the Gm..

I told my new GM about my blog. 

I figured my old Gm knew about it – and all these people I had no idea knew about it keep popping up.  It’s no longer the big secret it used to be, and it’s been ok. I haven’t felt the need to express my unhappiness about a guild for a while now – so less drama if it does get made public. 

I feel a little more honest I guess – and I guess a little censored – I have been a little PC the last 12 months  knowing I am not as anonymous anymore, but mindless ranting without taking ownership of your opinions defeats the purpose, well my purpose of self expression anyway.

 Theres always a slight ‘fear’ that something said ends up on Drama Lama’s or Linked on a realm forum. Or Trolled severely.

So no new guildys you don’t get to decide what I write about 😛   Though you might get used as inspiration.  I don’t really name people anyway when I write about them so I am not going to make you E famous.  *looks pointedly at a particular crab*

6 Responses to “So I told the Gm..”

  1. 1 Dusknoir February 26, 2010 at 2:39 am

    I will never tell my guild about my website, but I think they find out on their own sometimes (because the name is a bit obvious.)

    I don’t think there’s anything really incriminating on there, but I certainly want to have the potential to post whatever I want whenever I want. :]

  2. 2 Larisa February 26, 2010 at 7:22 am

    Good call. I’ve always been open about it and I’ve almost never ever censored myself. I basically think quite few of them are interested enough to keep up with everything I write. But it feels good to not have to worry. And yeah, I’m the same. I don’t ever write out names. They haven’t asked for it, I haven’t asked them. Simpest that way.

  3. 3 Rhii February 26, 2010 at 3:00 pm

    My blog is my ongoing sounding board about how I’m not up to the challenge of running my small casual guild, and how somehow it keeps on going and improving anyway.

    My guild doesn’t know about it, and I hope they never find out. I don’t think that they need to know how much I doubt myself, them, us. But I need the source of expression, or I doubt I could go on.

  4. 4 xeonio February 26, 2010 at 7:05 pm

    My raid group and guild know about my blog. I think I’ve censored myself once or twice in terms of using the persons actual name but it wasn’t hard to figure out who I was talking about.

    There has been a few times where I wish my raiders didn’t know about my blog, mainly because I don’t want them to feel bad when I go off on a rant. I try really hard not to censor myself but I have kept from being too specific sometimes, just in case.

    Your blog is for you and the people who care about what you have to say. If they don’t like it, they can just not read it (hence the /ignore command). Tell it like it is and let the servers pickup the pieces!

  5. 5 Atomik March 3, 2010 at 8:46 pm

    Interesting. Only a handful of RL friends know about my blog. None of my guild mates are aware that I rant about our little guild or our adventures. (although I change the names just to be safe) I think it allows me to be completely honest without fear of retribution. Also if I think I tend to write differently if I know I’m writing for an audience rather than myself.

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