First off I want to stress that this is meant to be a civil discussion, and that it isn't to de-evolve into arguments on who's idea is better or how the admin/other players have forever ruined X/Y/Z. Thanks.
I'm curious as to how people view their organisation (or even other organisations) with their opinion of the concept of said organisation should be, and the reality they see portrayed in game.
For example, I always believed Glomdoring to be ruthlessly violent and manipulative, to a degree this is true, but I expected it to be pushed even further. The fact in it's early existence the Glomdoring was under attack with the intent to destroy it, I believed the merciless nature would now turn around with a view to crush threats before they ever gain the strength to be a threat. There's (rather OOCly motivated) a sense of honour and mercy of "there's no challenge/honour in attacking them, it'd be one sided." Which OOCly is great and is aimed to let more people enjoy the game, but ICly it's not Glomdoring, not "without mercy." Honour and challenge isn't what a servant of the Wyrd should be striving for, the best defence should be a strong, constant and unrelenting offence to ensure the prosperity of the Wyrd.
I also feel Crow has become a comedy character, the fall guy. The master trickster and manipulator becomes the "OH MY GOD, THEY KILLED KENNY!" line in Events. Doing the Dark Savant arc shows so much potential for Crow, and I feel it's not developed as much in Glomdoring's culture as it should be.
I'm very much interested in hearing other people's opinions, and seeing if any trends appear in people's perception, be they idealist or reality.
The divine voice
of Avechna, the Avenger reverberates powerfully, "Congratulations,
Morkarion, you are the Bringer of Death indeed."
You see Estarra the Eternal shout, "Morkarion is no more! Mourn the mortal! But welcome True Ascendant Karlach, of the Realm of Death!