The odor of trolls wafts through the forum ....
It is laudable and fitting to want to organize a clan which can enhance the game for its members and the WoWP community as a whole. Good luck with best wishes for such an effort.
This is an amazing game of sophisticated enjoyment for all of us. Not to enable a few thugs to abuse and vent puny scorn upon less successful contributors. We need a decent environment for all. Else, the game will fail from lack of participation. If people are generally mistreated they surely will go away. We need each other to make the game function.
There are just too many defects above for each to be addressed. The worst is an attitude toward the foe which, in real war of modern times, gave us Sand Creek, My Lai, Kaytn Forest and far too many other examples of raw atrocity - behavior more and more understood to be criminal.
War is, contrary to the misguided, not in the basic nature of mankind. The global archaeological record shows it has been an activity only of the last 5-7K years. Humans have persisted far longer on this planet because of cooperation and generosity - not by a general spirit to wreak harm. It is good guy behavior which accounts for our existence.
The preeminent warrior leaders of military history are more like Robert E. Lee than Genghis Khan. Alexander the Great was respected and made successful by his raising up of his defeated foe. His generous grace brought them and their families into his camp as allies, giving vital strength to his campaigns.
Military aviation has a history of gracious demeanor. We salute our fallen foe rather than to spit on his grave.
Here are words from General Mattis: "Be polite, be professional, but have a plan to kill everybody you meet." These simple words embody a hugely complex ethos which is missing above.
Another way to grasp it can come from study of the ribbons on the dress uniform of a modern combat veteran. Those on the lower rows reveal attention to numbers and places. Higher up the chest one finds ribbons for acts of courage and bravery. Up most medals are bestowed with citations using words such as "gallantry" and "intrepidity."
There are no medals for the playground bully.