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8-08-2008 @ 4:03AM
You see, these people were perfectly happy with what we were doing before. One of the people leaving was actually our raid leader. I am frustrated, yes. But what else is that? I feel justified to feel the way I do. Sorry, if you feel guilted by my comment. You see, the problem was never us officers, never the gm. I took part in 90% of the raids, as did most of our core raiding group. All of these people who left belonged to the core group. The problem was, that we weren't big enough name... that we didn't attract people who wanted fast progress. Our server is old, so there's lots of those "good old guilds" with steady progression and lots of applicants... who never want a smaller, but eager guild.(That first post, and this too... they're MY pre-Wrath rant. Don't spoil it for me :p)And by the way... We only became a non-progressing guild AFTER they left... Before that we'd been progressing (slowly but) steadily.
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