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2-09-2009 @ 2:22PM
I'm in nearly the same situation as the letter writer. In TBC, I was one of the keystone members of my guild. Involved, always on time to raids, knew the fights, brought buff stuff, among the best 3 geared players, knowledgeable of my class and other's classes ...Then right before WotLK hit shelves, I had to take some time off. While away, my guild merged with another guild, and everyone was taking steps into Naxx while my poor main hadn't even stepped into Northrend. When I came back, players who recognized me would comment on how their alts were more geared than my main. I was a nobody in the newly merged guild.However, I stuck it out, and kept being myself without forcing people to pay attention to me. Am I the "go-to" guy that I used to be? No, but my name is being rebuilt.
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