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9-29-2008 @ 1:43PM
Back when my guild was on Illidan I had the choice of joining one of the top raiding guilds on the server or start over with friends who didn't want to let go of ties. I choose my friends and didn't look back. I see the raiding situation is that, what's the point of downing bosses if you're not having fun with friends in the guild?Our guild now in Anub'arak has downed Vashj in the past, saw much of Hyjal and a bit of BT. The guild I could've went to on Illidan is one of the top 15 guilds in the world. Do I regret it? Nope. I could never sell out or leave the friends I made in my guild, and I can't wait to continue those relationships far into Wrath and beyond.
9-29-2008 @ 5:28PM
As a mirror to your argument, what's the point of not having fun with your guild if you aren't downing bosses?For a lot of people the problem is that they aren't having fun with their friends. It's a tricky situation due to the bonds that you've built over time, but it happens often.So what do you do? Some people just stop playing the game, some people try to drum up activity, and some people make a painful exit.
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