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1-11-2011 @ 2:20AM
Hey, maybe your guildies will read this and at least understand what happened. They might even reply here :)I've been part of a couple of guilds that failed, and it was pretty much for reasons similar to yours. One, the GL was pretty much jobless and couch surfing with a buddy, but decided he was overstaying his welcome or something. We didn't hear back from him for months, but at least we heard pretty quickly. The other, he just disappeared, and after a couple of months his roommate showed up and said he thought he was stuck in another country. Eventually he came back, too, but someone had already petitioned for guild leadership and dissolved it.But hey, at least your guildies will know what's happened. I also knew another guy, we became heroics buddies, etc., and eventually he started asking me to log in as him on his toons and help him level, or help his guildies run some heroics with his priest. He offered to pay me gold, but when I asked why the heck he wanted me to do this, and why he'd give me his login info (his guildies were okay with it) he told me he was having to go into the hospital a couple of days at a time for treatment and stuff. Well, one day he just completely disappeared, no warning, he just didn't come back. And if he wasn't making up what was going on... I have to assume the worst.Not knowing sucks. For online buddies who have no idea what's going on, just notice you're gone, they don't know if you're bored, or broke, or buried. Good thing you let your officer have some idea, and good you can at least make some kind of followup here, even if you can't get back in the game.
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