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10-05-2009 @ 1:47PM
Sometimes though, you just HAVE to "d/c" though - it's NOT about being an adult or not. And yes that is selfish, but for self-preservation, it's the only way otherwise you end up yelling at people. I remember a guild run that had me in tears so that I was forced to shut my computer down - something I never did before. And you want to know why? The guild people were being selfish assholes. They knew my main was a tank and I had successfully tanked several instances for them. But they wanted a healer and when they couldn't get one they started claiming that I "sucked" on tanking and that I was suppose to heal for them instead. This is after I saved them from several bad pulls their hunter and "main" warrior tank would often made. They went so far as to lie to (what was my best friend at the time) so that she "could break it easy" for me that I "couldn't tank". Now, why would I want to stay in a run to heal for people who lied to me just to get me to heal for them. The next day I left that guild and immediately was asked to join a guild who valued my tanking skills and who had seen me in action. The funny thing is, my so called best friend will now ask me to tank instances for her... and admits that she was lied to by the guild .I had already lost it at that point, so sticking around would have done what for me? Get me guilted and lied to more? No thanks. I rather be considered a child and have my mental health in tact than be forced to help ungrateful jerks through 3 hours of my time.
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