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4-28-2008 @ 4:33PM
"Like most casual raiding guilds, we've lost a number of members over the years to more progressed guilds. And some of those people have gone on to be very successful as members of the top raiding guilds on the server. Others have come back. They aren't coming back for the loot, that's for sure. They come back because, as they say, "The game just wasn't fun anymore."I think this describes 1/2 of the people that have left us for more progressed guilds. What do you do for the ones that "want to keep an alt in the guild, but raid with their main."? We usually keep them because they still like to have fun with us, but it just seems like they are straddling the fence sometimes. Am I being bitter, or is it natural to want people to make a choice between a raiding guild and a casual guild that raids?
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