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2-14-2011 @ 9:28AM
I know exactly this feeling.When ICC hard modes were relevant, I was the main tank and one of the longest tenured members of my guild (in addition to being an officer/raid manager). Between the stress of juggling the 25 man raid and making time for a 10 man raid (which was substantially more successful), I felt an obligation to sign on every night and do everything in my power to make raids happen. Add in that we had people quitting left and right, and our recruitment tactics left much to be desired, some nights we'd have 22 raiders on and have to supplement with alts or social invites. Ultimately it got to me. I had to quit (because there's no point in yelling and ranting with people you don't see face-to-face). I took a several month long break before coming back just before Cataclysm. What works for me now is that a small group of people I like playing with has moved on from our previous guild. We just run a 10 man and a 10 man alt group, there's less management involved, less stress, and overall more fun.
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