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1-10-2011 @ 6:09PM
I've managed to rise to officer, or even guild leader, in every guild I've ever been in, despite not having great leadership skills, just because I'm a helpful person that does stick it out till the end.Well, the first guild I ever joined in WoW, and had been GL of for three years, fell apart over this summer. It was a pretty sad thing, but I just let go, because we had a good run, and trying to keep it going would have tacked more bad memories onto what was essentially a good time.So now, I'm in a new guild (a few guildies followed me, and one or two even jumped first) as just a regular person, not leadership or anything, and I'm loving it. Sure, it's not the same group of people, but at least I found a similar group. And when something does go wrong, I don't feel like I have to make it all better.My original intention was to leave a few of my toons in the old guild to keep in touch and only move my active toons over to the new one, but to be honest, there's only one person that's even close to active in the old guild and he's on my friends list, so I've decided to move all of them.I won't say that there are no regrets, but overall, I've gone back to enjoying the game rather than dreading logging in just to see who has left this time.
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