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6-09-2008 @ 11:47AM
Talk about 'deja vu all over again'. I ran with a guild that sounds for all the world like K's for almost two years. When it finally disintegrated (for all the same reasons) a few of us moved onto a much larger guild, hoping to see more content (which we did) but couldn't help reminiscing about 'the good old days' every chance we got. Well - perhaps proving that you can go back again - within the last few weeks, many of the stalwarts of my old guild, who didn't make the transition and largely stopped playing, have not only re-activated their accounts, but have joined the new guild. It's like a reunion, only no-one looks any older! Catching up with old friends, running them through instances, and keeping up a raiding schedule sure feels like the best of both worlds and I certainly hope K can convince as many of his current guildies as are willing to make the switch, if that's what it comes to.
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