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4-23-2010 @ 10:36AM
Typically I agree with the advice given here, but in this case the Mamas seem to be giving Raging Altoholic's (RA) friend a bit more credit than this letter would indicate he deserves. Maybe it's all those maternal instincts, but I think this Daddy would like to provide some input.Let's call RA's friend The Priest.RA had a great time leveling when it was convenient for The Priest, but as soon as RA ran into hardware issues The Priest did not wait for RA. Leveling a second duo, The Priest just can't seem to find the time to level with RA. The Priest loves his Priest more than his friend. Why should RA remain steadfast to The Priest when their partner obviously doesn't feel the same way?I admire the concern of RA, but this concern appears based on nostalgia for those first 62 levels. If your partner isn't along for the ride at this point or considering your feelings as much as you his, it's time to DTMFA and move on.As a druid you can power-level by tanking or healing via the RDF, running BGs, and a host of other options; you no longer need a partner. You never know: You might meet a more loyal partner along the way.
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