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1-10-2011 @ 8:55PM
This article was definitely a poignant reminder of my own former guild. There was two really good people making it work but even though we could field people, we just didn't care enough to really make any headway. It eventually collapsed after our GM decided to put his alt in charge and go to another guild to do more serious raiding. Without his presence we just kind of drifted and no one wanted to set up raids or runs. I couldn't raid much because of my work schedule and my hardware is barely able to run the raids so I couldn't really critique when someone did something wrong because nine times out of 10, I would probably get DC'd under heavy loads of spell effects. I, personally, don't want to make WoW into a part-time job even though I spend massive amounts of time playing, researching and generally dicking around with it. I don't want to be responsible for how a guild utilizes their play time. I don't really feel comfortable with trying to reason dishing out punishments or rewards for playing a friggin' game. I play because I enjoy some of it and I don't want to squeeze out that last bit of fun trying to make a name for an online club.
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