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5-17-2008 @ 10:26AM
I find large guilds hard to deal with, I was in a guild with alittle over 200+ memebrs, very diverse group, but within that number there was cliques.. I ran with a clique, we, 7 of us, did the mandatory raid things. Cause it had to be done, at the same time trying to enjoy the game and friends.. In time the monster we created, massive guild with mc, naxx, baron runs etc and the new world content, kara.. We began a shift from the guild till it collapsed.. we drifted to the winds.. what was we were once proud of was ashes... and echo of what was. The 7 that I knew held togther and drifted . new guilds attempted nothing solidified.. so we made our own thing again.. and this time are keeping the numbers low.. around 35-40 members... and horde now. we are happy, we assist and work with each other.. I still login into my old allie toons.. yet, looking at my gear and coming across my old leader and officers is odd.. It is not the same to me.. maybe it is why I switched sides. The hope to make the game a game again...To the people of DaT.. here is a fna and salute to the guild...
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