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9-29-2009 @ 8:47AM
I did similar when I got burned out. I knew it was time to back up a bit when people at my real job were telling me how tired and shitty i looked. I felt like a new person once the burden was lifted. I often explained the role as a second job. You are in-game 50 hours a week and 80% of that time you are dealing with drama, filling raids, recruiting, and explaining fights among many other issues.I always see people flaming articles and discussions on this subject. Until you have led a real raiding guild for a good amount of time, you have no clue. One of the things that makes it entertaining is to see that guildy that is whispering the other members saying how fail the leadership is and how he/she could do it so much better. So he forms his/her own guild and snipes the guild to fill their new guild. Then 2 weeks later they are all sending tells talking about how they want to come back.
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