Unfortunately I don't have many funny stories like that. Most of them are just bizarre and weird. Like you just stare at your computer screen thinking "Who the heck are these people that behave like this?". Well there was this officer that looted the guild bank, before rage quitting, but I figure thats normal in MMO world....
Some time a go, I ended up leaving a guild I had been in a member for 5 months or so. We were a guild that was on the verge of dissolving. I stayed there out of misplaced (?) feeling of loyalty, but hardly anyone logged in anymore. So when we merged with a bigger guild, I thought it was a good time for me to leave. I gave it a few weeks before deciding to quit. My "friends" (or so I thought) had finally find a new home for them selves and no one was going to miss, a n00b, idiot necro like me. Any random idiot could replace me easily, I wasn't important at all.
But to be absolutely sure, I consulted "Drama Mamas" ,on how to leave a guild with no drama. So I left the guild when there was only one person online (to avoid drama), I made a post on the forum explaining why I left (I thought I owed my "friends" at least an honest explanation) and wished everyone good luck. So everyone could could see why I left and there'd be no speculation and drama. The guild could move on and so could I., Right?
Wrong! The whole damn thing blew up in my face.
I got a very venomous response from the guild leader, filled with thinly veiled insults and character attacks and the other officer ("my good friend lol") echoed those sentiments. I felt like I should have contacted a divorce lawyer instead. I mean I was just leaving a guild. And I had to go out o my way to grovel to these people and go "pat pat, your guild is good. I'm just a horrible person for leaving it...." Because the chances are that we might end up in a same raid or group later on, so no point in burning all the bridges...I thought....On the other hand they seemed quite eager to burn all the bridges plus the barn. I guess no one had ever left their guild before.....
But still to this day, I find it all bizarre. I mean I was in a BF2 clan and we had people joining and leaving. It wasn't a big deal. People would leave their goodbyes and that was normal. We would also make sure that we taught our clan members tactics and strategies. I mean that only made the whole clan stronger. I don't understand why it is so different in AoC.
But that's neither here or there. I'm mostly playing Civilization 5 now and waiting for the opportunity to try out Secret World (I'm saving it for Xmas ;D )
Your money is your own, and what kind of fun you will find with it, as long as it's withing boundaries of EULA, is your own choice.
If guild was dead and you decided o spend rest of your sub elsewhere it is your right, and since you acted completly mature and polite, them acting eaxcly opposite for no reason is proof of them being some emo kiddos and that's smtn you shouldn't remember at all.