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5-15-2010 @ 2:20PM
I belong to a guild going right back to the early days of vanilla. WE've morphed various times under differetn names and into different things each time retaining a core group of about 20 something people.With the coming of the Cataclysm expansion we're planning to once again metamorphose into something else, probably rerolling on a new server and once again begin our journey.It's strange to have the end in sight. The guild gets on with each other very well, we never have drama, we meet in real life. It's one of the best group of people I've ever played with. The simple fact is people are moving in different directions and it makes sense for us to shed an old skin and shape ourselves into something that makes works in the new world.We're looking at the final days of the guild and it's bringing us closer together. It's a very unique, and rather emotional experience. Neither happy nor sad, just touching.It parallels for me very much what is going on in Warcraft itself. We're moving away from something that has been very special for all of us as players. Old places and things we've got so very used to and enjoyed so much. But it just makes sense for things to change. With the "end days" coming we're looking as a guild, and as a community at the last days, getting those things done you always meant to do. Really appreciating things you've had all along. It's a really special time.Thank you WoW community
5-15-2010 @ 2:21PM
Concentrating too hard on trying to express myself to spell check. Apologies
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