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3-01-2010 @ 3:21PM
I can relate, Stuart. I was a guild/raid leader that burned out hard back towards the end of TBC. I was excited enough when Wrath came out to log in regularly again, and I started questing to 80 (questing is my favorite part of WoW), but I couldn't help but notice how much I didn't appreciate hearing my guildmates express their excitement about running Naxx. We had another raid leader who would always start out strong every expansion, then get burned out, and then not come back on a regular basis until months later. I was content to let him lead the guild into Naxx, and I went to that raid one time before I took a week off of WoW that turned into months.As much as I like the people in my guild, sometimes I feel like I would rather do these PuG raids I keep reading about or even join a no-nonsense raiding guild on another server as a grunt, but I'm probably too undergeared at this point in the game to do that. Either way, I hope to go back to that character and finish the quests in Icecrown before Cataclysm comes out.
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