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1-30-2007 @ 8:30PM
In my opinion and experience, you have to treat a guild like a company in some respects. The only correct way to leave a guild, get good references, and possibly come back if things didn't work out (I've seen this on multiple occassions), is if you wait for the right time (NOT in the middle of the raid), DON'T make it a public affair, and speak to the guild leader directly about exactly why you're leaving and you're immediate concerns with the guild. Nine times out of Ten the problem can be corrected, and a /gquit is not necessary. The key is not to be vulgar or offensive when you're doing it. Some of the worst /gquits I've seen have been because one person just couldn't get along with another person, didn't get the loot they wanted, or felt they weren't appreciated enough. The funniest one was when somebody left due to the fact that, "(they) weren't getting enough end game experience, and you guys just don't pvp enough for me." He ended up /gquitting, and to this day is still looking for another guild, claiming to have been key in endgame in our guild, and also claiming to have been a raid leader. We just laugh.
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