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9-28-2009 @ 6:02AM
He may not have ruined anyones life, but the process of a guild falling apart can be pretty traumatic - in the way that you think your character is safe, and you will be raiding with these guys for ages, then poof it all falls apart. Even if he is burnt out beyond all recognition its worth at least finding someone who is willing to actually find a replacement, if not do the job themselves. I've been on both ends of the stick here, I was the only raidleader in my old guild through all of BC, and after clearing naxx/sarth2d back in january/febuary time I just couldnt take it anymore. So I got one of the other tanks to take over as the RL, explained what was going on to the other officers and guildies, the /gquit a week later after it was obvious they were going to be fine. Fast forward to june, the guild I joined was doing fine, progressing in ulduar, killed yogg and starting work on HM's. Then for no reason as far as we could tell the GM /gquit and server xferred, didnt warn anyone just left. He was also the RL. Guild fell apart as he was really the driving force behind things, had he given some warning and spoken to the officers we probably could have recovered.Anyway my point is - /gquiting without giving any kind of warning or reasoning at least to your officers when your in a posistion of responsibility is a very selfish thing to do, and I hope that most people have more respect for the (ex)guildies then that.
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