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1-10-2011 @ 7:51PM
This article reminds me of my second guild. It was a casual leveling guild that at endgame, ran dungeons and battlegrounds. Well, I hadn't played for a few days and finally found the time to log in. After entering, I typed in a greeting to my guildies in guild chat, but a message popped up informing me that I had no guild. I whispered the guild's GM and she responded with the fact that they had split up, with no discernible reason. I was then invited to the new guild that she had joined and that's the one I'm in now. It is essentially the same guild as my previous one, just I felt more at home in my old one.
1-10-2011 @ 7:52PM
When I mean same guild, I mean same type of guild, not same members.
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