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8-24-2009 @ 7:00PM
@Itanya_blade: what is your issue, exactly? My example with raids was merely to point out that some aspects in this game depend on some extra organisation. If you run a small guild, you probably keep it small for a reason - meaning you dont have the issues I have to deal with in my larger guild. Why then not be happy with being small and avoiding those issues, and allow me to be happy with some perks that come along with the issues *I* deal with? Right now you sound like you wish to have your cake and eat it too. Or do I misunderstand you?I happen to be in two raid communities, and I wonder if (assuming the current plans are the final outcome, which is doubtful) they will manage to survive this change. I hope so, and I will definitely lobby at Blizzard for making alliances possible. But maybe we have to keep at such special organisations without the perks raidguilds will have. If so, so be it - I have too much fun in my context to let Blizzard ruin it.
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