We had a member in our guild recently who at the start of a Territory War asked why our leadership wasn't using another third party site to look up what our opponents had. This guild member pointed to a site where players can register and the site creates a profile for them and makes their personal Inventory publicly accessible. Our guild leaders looked but only a couple of the opponents were on there.
At this point, our guild member said that this meant the enemy guild were "amateurs".
Nobody followed his logic.
You sign up to this site and it allows other players in rival guilds to look at your Inventories and the people who DON'T use this feature are the "amateurs"?
What possible bonus do sites like these provide that makes you an "amateur" if you don't use it? I don't get why the mainstream / popular opinion seems to be that you have to sign up to these sites and it's a bad thing to not do so.