Well, I certainly wish I could have made good on my promise on the end of tier message for Blackhand, but Blizzard thought it fit to ban me for transferring gold and felblight to Anvilmar. Like Ezekiah, I am proud of what Availed had accomplished for Heckfire Seattle' but I can't but help feel like there's a deeper conspiracy unfurling in Blizzards trademarked Ban Dept. Yes, I am talking about bans for common spergy practices among guilds. Don't get me wrong, if you're looking for a great guild that's going to progress, and then get drunk on the weekends and just be an overall trainwreck of a human bean, then Availed is your place to go, but why else would every guild that "disbanned" disband during what is probably the best themed raid in a long time?
The answer is simple, banning people for transfering their earned guild banks from huge servers to little ones for huge prof... I mean for the guilds well being! Going deeper it gets even more disturbing, as we can see a direct correlation to the sheckles I could have got just flowing like the nile into our prime suspects pockets, yes I am talking about Akrisa. The Sheckle Con Quessarillo, The Oy Gevalt, Mishigene Mentshn. Wait... the Mishigene...METZEN. Metzen, as in... Chris Metzen? Your honor as you can see, Akrisa and Chris Metzen are choking off all possible gold making schemes, I mean... well thought out intent for the betterment of guilds on low ranking wow realms. And such, is the folly of lesser guilds that had some of their best members banned for moving felblight to their realm for "progression". They just couldn't handle the loss, whereas Availed prevailed with just one loss (ME) or maybe two if you count the mild rainstorm petering out, but even as the rainstorm petered out, a monsoon awakened many months later, in the rainy season... of liquor.
(You may be wondering at this point, what is Namkung even going on about? At the end of the day I guess all we can say is see you next time, sayonara!)