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1-09-2008 @ 10:49AM
Can't Quit You is the guild of the gaming website 1up.com (EGM and GFW magazines' website). They talk about it all the time on their WoW and MMO podcast, Legendary Thread. It was started as an uber-casual guild of lowbies, and got so big it split into two. I was under the impression that one part of the split was hardcore raiders, while the original CQY was full of people who liked to chat and mailspam each other pies and never got past level 50, but apparently that's not the case anymore.I'm an avid listener, but lately their podcast has gotten pretty boring. The older episodes with Luke Smith are hilarious though (SCARAB LORD).I highly recommend their GFW Radio podcast instead.
1-09-2008 @ 2:42PM
At one point, we had split into two guilds. Something to do with "Overcrowding" or something like that. It seemed like a good idea at the time, but we have since regrouped back into the main CQY group because we realized it was kind of a silly idea. Also, while we are by no means hardcore, we are also not casual. We prefer to just be what we are, CQY. We do what we feel like at the time, really.
1-09-2008 @ 3:04PM
When Luke was on Legendary Thread it rocked and was a big reason I started playing wow, now Jeff and Karen don't bother to log on which is amazing because they now do the show every 2 weeks, Demian and Sean are the only ones who raid end game as a hunter and priest so there's nothing really exciting about either and Ryan is either playing a different mmo or he's lvling a hunter in stv. So they talk about all the events about a week after they happen. You can sort of tell none of them really want to do this podcast anymore. As for Can't Quit You, I'm sure it's an awesome guild but I think casaul is synonymous with "I'm to terrible to ever get into a raid" or "I have crappy gear and no one will ever take me." Last I'd heard though they made a raid guild then it was becomming too hard to manage so they remerged back together.
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