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1-11-2011 @ 9:32AM
I haven't read all the comments, but let me just say this about the final part:Sure, if your guild falls apart, I'd suggest keeping it around for the sake of having it. Turn it into your own personal bank alt, make use of all that guild bank space for anything and everything you'll ever need. At least you can turn the negative into a slight positive, plus you can keep the name around so nobody else can steal it or attempt to resurrect the guild without your permission.I've been part of 3 guilds on WoW that have fallen apart now, one of which I lead (and we didn't fall apart but just kind of merged into another guild we did all our raiding and such with.)
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