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1-11-2010 @ 1:24PM
It is something that truly annoys me as well!About 3 years ago, I had my own guild and we raided in classic and the start of TBC. People logged on, 99% of them said hi, after which just about everyone only greeted them. People went offline? They said goodbye. You could always find an instance group or a good chat right there in /g.Now I returned to the game after quite a while and I couldn't stand the thought of being guildless, so I hit up an old friend that still played and has a guild. It took me about 2 hours to realize that the helpful, let's-be-marry-together-as-a-guild feeling is gone. Everyone pretty much does their own thing.I think it's sad, and as quite a few people said before, I can't wait for the new Cata guild system!
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