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10-05-2009 @ 1:58PM
I'm going to hijack the 1st post too and agree with Kurdaj. Guilds evolved as a social mechanism in a game (or games if you count the predecessors) that didn't lend itself to social involvement. From that came the massive guilds of the pre-BC era that dominated the servers and post-BC came the more "casual" guilds we all know and loathe today.Kurdaj has hit the nail on the head that when the game is no longer fun and the focus is solely on winning then it's time to quit (unless you like that kind of abuse). None of us are paid millions to play professionally so there's no reason to put up with the drama.TL;DR - not fun anymore? stop playing, go home, and read a good book. :)
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