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7-06-2010 @ 11:57AM
I'm not sure how you can claim he's having fun.Let's look at the facts.The author is already curious about leaving the guild. That right there is all the reason he should need to know he should go through with it. He still considers them his friends, what happens when Cataclysm rolls around and he continues to feel as if everyone is not as dedicated to playing well as he is? Well he start resenting them? Will he stop logging on entirely simply to avoid the problem? While he still considers them to be his friends is the best time to leave. Those that are truly his friends will understand his desire for more and wish him well, no bridges need be burned over this.Rory is correct in my opinion, 100% correct. The author likes playing flag football with his friends, but he feels he's good enough to play in the NFL. When he plays with his friends he may have fun for now, but it's boring not having any competition. He wants more. His friends should support him.
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