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2-18-2008 @ 4:02PM
I've only gquit twice. First time was a disaster of a leveling guild. No more than four people on at a time, my toon was more than 20 levels above everyone else (and this was pre-TBC even), and the GL was always having drama with other guilds.Second was a guild I liked a lot, but while my toon sat at level 70 with nothing to do, I started looking around. I was an officer, I enjoyed helping and offering advice, but judging on the state of the guild, it would be months before I could depend on a guild run of any 5-man, much less the beginning stages of raiding. Then the GL disappeared, leaving us to reform in his absense, slowing any potential progression further.So I first let the new GL know that he should start looking for a new officer, and even gave some recommendations. Then I made sure I said farewell to those players who I'd really enjoyed playing with. Then I "stealth quit". Checked up on them all every now and again, and was really pleased when I did a /who on the guild and found that ten of them were in Karazhan.
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