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6-14-2008 @ 4:15PM
When it becomes more work than fun. I know sometimes it gets to the point you feel like you have a second job. Having to be on time, let people know ahead of time if you wont be there, do your job well, or get fired from the raid group. Me, personally, it took about 2 years to start raiding. I took my time and did the things I wanted to do, I never forced myself to power level or rush through. I took my time and I enjoyed getting to where I am now.
6-14-2008 @ 4:28PM
Precisely. You might raid out of obligation for a bit, but if you're doing it all of the time and it's not fun, but obligation then stop. And stopping doesn't mean you can't start again. You can. One of the things tha Blizzard does 100% right is not delete your toons. You could stop now... and come back in 6 months. I *do* think that if you play a role that is critical to the raid you owe it to them to warn them that you're ratcheting back or stopping so that they can gear up a replacement. Don't take all of, say, the MT gear and then stop or the Warglaives off Illidan and then quit.
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