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3-08-2008 @ 9:38AM
I have (and also know people who) have /gquit with no hard feelings. Usually the following are required:1. The current guild is a casual one.2. The /gquitter has good relationships with most people in the guild.3. The /gquitter is joining a progression guild.4. The /gquitter leaves an alt or two in the casual guild.5. Both the /gquitter and the casual guild as a whole have their heads on straight, and realize WoW is a game, and 'we're all friends here.'
3-08-2008 @ 12:03PM
This list is spot-on for my one and only /gquit.
3-09-2008 @ 5:54AM
Strongly agree here. This was exactly the formula when I left my first guild. It was a casual guild, I was looking for progression, but still very much liked everyone in the casual guild. I told them of my decision, had a one-on-one with just about every member of the guild in Vent to thank them for everything, and went on my way.I still keep in touch with the members of that guild, even though several have also gone their separate ways and the original officers transferred servers.
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