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7-09-2007 @ 1:47PM
I wish this wasn't the case with WoW guilds. They're so floaty. There's no permanence to any of them.In EQ, your guild was solid. The guild I was in from 1999 to 2003, when I quit playing, is still going strong. They moved to EQ2 and then Vanguard, but the core unit is still there. Even the other big guilds on my server in EQ started early and lasted several years. There were mergers and name changes, but it was always the same groups of people. (I will never forgive Seekers of Norrath for running in and stealing our Cazic Thule kill as we were clearing the last mobs in Plane of Fear!)I've seen nothing like this from WoW and it's the biggest weakness of the game for me. Is it the massive realm populations? Attunements? Where's the barrier? Why are WoW guilds dust in the wind?
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