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6-09-2008 @ 11:56AM
Good article. I'm a member of what used to be a small guild of about 8 close friends aspiring to put a Karazhan group together. We went out and recruited a couple people to fill the 10-man group and right when we were ready to start raiding, our main tank and healer (a real life married couple) suffered a crisis in their real lives which forced them to go on an extended hiatus from the game.Not long after they left, the guild leader and I began leveling our alts to be a tank and healer for the guild. But it wasn't enough to keep our friends with us...slowly they began drifting away to new guilds, in search of heroic/raid groups.It's just me and the guild leader now. We chose the 'Wait it Out' option, hoping that our friends will be back when our main tank and healer return, knowing that our small core group would be all we need to see plenty of end-game content when WotLK arrives.
6-09-2008 @ 1:01PM
That sounds sad dude - being in an active guild makes the game so much more enjoyable!
6-16-2008 @ 7:36PM
It wouldn't make a difference for me. My play times don't allow me to raid anyway, since no one raids in the morning/early afternoon. I work during server prime time.
6-20-2008 @ 11:50AM
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