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10-05-2009 @ 6:33PM
@ClevinsI've done the whole "I need a break" thing when I got burned out from raiding 5-6 days a week in BC, for over 6 months straight--to the point that I planned holidays/leave/personal engagements around my guild's needs. When I was getting ready to come back, my guild officers held a coup d'état and the guild fell apart that weekend. We were solid performers in the top teens of progression on our realm. The members who /gquit formed up into another guild that lasted roughly a month...soon thereafter the mass exodus via server transfers happened.Based on past experience, I'd recommend just pulling the plug and walking away. I've done it in raids in Wrath when I just can't take the piss-poor players wiping to stupid stuff any longer (from previous solid performers in the same group). No one has to know but you, and I'm sure there's someone out there very willing to fill the group's empty spots.
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