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Saturday, March 1, 2014
Drunken Fish Tank
First of all, a big thank you to my buddies who've started some alts on Whisperwind and taken up the cause of (The) Drunken Fish: Dahahka, Tome, and Zwingli. So much is written about guild culture, and I, too, have mentioned how much I love the little two-player cottage guild my buddy Señor and I created. But in all fairness, I realized it would be irresponsible of me to invite a few more folks into the Drunken Fish without thinking about guild culture. I anticipate no one is going to care.
Rule #1: Shhh. Coffee.
Here is who I am in the morning:
Rule #2: What Happens IRL Stays IRL
One of the other cool things I've always dug about my guild partner is even though he and I know some things about each other, we don't discuss them in guild chat. Many of you know A LOT about me, as in, if you wanted to send a drone strike to my house you could. The Drunken Fish is all about being in Azeroth, quasi-role-playing.
Rule #3: Nothing is off limits in terms of game play
You want to try a flex? Challenge Mode? Run a lower level character through instances? Just ask.
Rule #4: The Guild Bank is My Gucci Bag
I am not being stingy, it's just that the guild bank is my purse. Please use the guild gold for repairs, of course, and take what you can/need.
Rules #5: Mi Casa…well, you get it
When I imagine my little cottage guild, this is what is in my mind:
Even though this is the reality:
I've told Señor to be nice (he told me 'Nice' is his middle name) and he will. In fact, I only hang out with cool, funny people, and this is a good thing. Welcome to the Drunken Fish, my friends! Bienvenido! And no, Señor will not teach you dirty words in Spanish. I asked.