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12-20-2010 @ 5:19PM
My spouse and I left a small (~20 members) guild to return to our original even smaller Friends-and-Family guild when drama over guild leveling became an issue. The ~20 member guild had been able to keep pace for a while, but only by being excessively driven to achieve the XP target each day. In the end, the push to keep leveling drove the wedge between the pre-existing small social cracks wide enough to drive several players away, including us.Now we are in a TINY guild, the remnants of the original guild we joined when we first started playing at the start of BC. Now we have myself and my spouse for active members and the remaining alts of other friends and family whose mains have drifted away over the years. It's quiet, and COMPLETELY drama free, and we won't see level 2 for a month.Eventually we may have more of our original group return, but even at our heyday we only had enough on and active to run 5-mans and help each other craft and level. I was quite happy being in a tight guild with less than 10 members, but I agree that we could be level 90 before we get out guild into the 20s.
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