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9-29-2008 @ 2:03PM
I and a handful of others in my guild outgear the majority of our guildies. Like anyone else, I sometimes tire from running the same content over and over, seeing no progression my own gear. But every upgrade for a fellow guildie makes me stronger, too. That's important to remember.When you love your guild as I love mine, you can find quite a bit of enjoyment playing the part of fixer in the guild: your over-geared presence can mitigate many shortcomings in casual guild.Many servers have raiding alliances, formed by smaller guilds. An alliance can be a great way to scratch that itch. One should of course avoid raiding the same raid as the guild's progression, because of raid ID's, but that doesn't have to stop one from joining other raids of greater difficulty.Just as others have said, either commit to your own guild fully or make a clean, dignified break from it. Waffling between the two serves no one, least of all the one making waffles.
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