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Not all Americans are members of the church, so of course it doesn't. But I assume that the guild leaders and officers take some sort of responsibility for their players and players have some responsibility to the guild. Thus, I would say that the OP isn't wrong to hold everyone in a guild to certain standards and that if a player fails to meet them, it reflects upon that guild. If members weren't meant to represent, support, and work together with others in a guild, many purposes of a guild would fall through.
The basis of defamation is that the claim or argument against someone is false. In addition, the purpose or intent of defamation claims is to cast a negative light on the individual(s). In this post, I would say that calling someone an in-game dungeon/raid thief (read: loot ninja) doesn't necessarily cross that line and that the purpose of this post wasn't to harass or creepily follow a player with the intent to belittle them, make them angry, or upset them. In so many words the OP stated who they played with, what they did, the circumstances involving their action, and the affect it had on future gaming with this individual, the player in question, and players associated with the player in question.
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