Others liked strut around in full denial
Add “to” after “liked”
Awful lot of bold throughout the first two bits, maybe trim a few?
Mom had a classy name for these people: shit disturbers.
Could stay or go. I don’t think it needs to be emphasized as the phrase in question is immediately pointed out. We know what she calls them.
The State of the Union had to be completed first.
This works since it is vitally important to you at that point.
“I’m not going to tell you what class we need, you’re going to tell us what class you want to play.”
Doesn’t need to be in bold because we know exactly what you are referring to as part of the sentence.
Half-assed players are no longer welcome in our raids.
Same deal, see preceding.
I made it about them making the right decision, and not about me deciding their actual fate.
Again, there’s only two points to this statement, doesn’t really need the extra emphasis.
I tried to convey to the guild that I would hear them, regardless of issue. Bring it to me. Let’s talk it out. Let’s find some common ground that we can decide will work best to remedy this situation.
Lot of unnecessary emphasis here. Doesn’t require the bold and I would say that the only thing needed italics here is “Bring it to me,” and that would work.
My super duper most favoritest thing in the whole wide world was when,
Mmm, I could take or leave this one.
Again same deal with italics:
Cataclysm’s landscape demanded an entirely new level of focus
those who challenge the status quo,
it was a spin on what was really changing in DoD
I would’ve returned home with a different mindset.
I did like Bul
issue that apology to the person it was owed to.
All of these are unnecessary due to the context in the sentence they are in. I get that you use italics for your internal thoughts so I tried to leave those intact as much as possible but most of these are putting emphasis were it is not needed.