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9-29-2008 @ 1:33PM
I've been in this situation in the past and let me tell you, they're never happy about you leaving, even if you tell them you'll even leave 2 70s to help out. You can't crap in someone's cereal bowl then make it better by giving them a new one. Just go with what will make your gaming experience better. Personally, I'm not playing WoW to make lifelong friends, I'm playing it to see all the content I can and to play it.
9-29-2008 @ 1:40PM
This is so true. Once my main left the server I was pretty much dead to the guild, even though I played on my 70 alt more than the main. So...expect less mature guilds to be very upset. It may have to do with the guild's focus. To me, it's okay since I have a social/leveling guild and people's 70s leave but their alts are still on. But obviously that depends on the guild.
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