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2-18-2008 @ 1:08PM
I've been on the recieving end of these situations. Our GL was a really nice guy, helping everyone out to get ready for raiding and stuff. At some point, he just disappeared. Never logged in to say anything. One person had his email address and was able to get some information. He was going through a divorce and had decided to stop playing WoW. I thought "Wow, that's nice. Don't tell anyone whats going on and don't even make someone else the GL." Eventually, the officers voted to make a new guild. One day all the guild members met in Org by the guild creation area. The officers named an officer the new GL. They created the guild and we all joined it. A message was left in the previous guild for any members not logged on at the time.We've been happy every since. It's a casual guild, so no one has any real selfishness. We still haven't made it to raiding yet but many of us have subbed in other guild's Kara raids. Everyone just has a fun time together.
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