It was. Most of the drama was behind the scenes, and of course a few threads on the forums that were drenched in it. and that was a big part of everyone's problem What lead to the death of NNG was people's lack of desire to bare down when things got a little rocky and help make things better instead of just throwing up their hands and walking away. What lead to the death of NNG is people couldn't look past their own fucking nose at the problems right in front of their face. It's OK if what lead to NNG absorbing into another guild was simply "we just didn't have the numbers and collectively thought it was a good move". However the case is that what lead to the death of NNG is people were all too quick to point at everything and everyone that was wrong, instead of looking at ways to make it better. People were quietly moving on to other guilds, and not even the same one. You're telling me that "a couple of misunderstandings", which, "were addressed and worked on", AFTER the division separated was the ENTIRE problem here? Don't make me laugh. If it was so easy to resolve these issues then why didn't it happen before everyone left? I hope some of you people don't treat your real life relationships and involvements the way you have here. Sure it's "just a game" and "not your real life", but that should make it EASIER to deal with at the same time. How you handle problems and issues is going to reflect in your ability to do so in all facets of your life. At the very least I hope everyone walked away from this situation having learned something. I have no issues or hard feelings toward anyone after this has all been said and done. I'm not quoting any of you to make a jab at you in particular but you've said some things that I felt needed to be spoken on.