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1-11-2011 @ 12:17AM
A similar story. I was the second in command of a guild that fell apart because the GM just upped and left one day with nothing of a word to anyone. Now there is no denying that she was the glue in that guild and it fell apart over the course of a week.I'd put a hell of a lot of time and effort in to the guild. Websites/forums, vent servers raid planing etc nd when it died I left and remained guildless for 9 months simply because the whole idea of even BEING in a guild was more than i wanted to cope with... it had sucked the fun out of the game and even went so far as to cause me to leave my DK tank to gather dust for MONTHS (I was pretty much the only tank during most of the guilds Wrath run and TBH ti burned me out)Times change and now I'm just a rank and file member of a very good guild who likes to achieve things but doesn't take itself TOO seriously. been here 3 months but i still have the old guild and it's bad memories in the back of my mind and i am having issues with shaking that.I suppose in this game guilds dying is bound to happen to even the best guilds, but when they do, the leave a mark... mostly good, but sometimes bad.
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