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Ask WoW Insider: What does an ex-GL do?



Welcome to today's edition of Ask WoW Insider, in which we publish your questions for dissection by the peanut gallery -- now with extra snark and commentary by one of our writers. This week Nickiter writes in:

Hi WoW Insider -

Until tonight, I was the GL of a raiding guild - a new guild, to be sure, and not terribly accomplished. But, after a night of listlessly wiping on The Lurker Below, I gave up.

Maybe I don't have guild leadership in me, maybe I do, but that's immaterial.

What I'm asking of WI and your sometimes kind, sometimes harsh, but always vocal readership, is what do I do now?

I'm a Protection Warrior in T5-level gear, aka the least in-demand class in the game for guild recruitment. I also have a Hunter... which I'm not even going to bring up.

I love raiding... PvP is a diversion, at best... What have those of you who've been in this situation done?

Reroll a Resto Shammy and find a guild to Brain Heal for? Quit 'til Wrath? Something else entirely?

Thanks in advance for your input.

- Nickiter, Smolderthorn (H)


I'm pretty much going to throw this out to the audience -- you're having problems I couldn't even dream of having, but I'm sure you're not alone in. Plus, I thought it was a good question even if I couldn't throw some snark in.

So, bring it, boys (and girls).

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