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2-14-2011 @ 10:08AM
OP, its a hard road when you are the one who is responsible for the success of your guild. I was in the same position, and at the end I concluded that it was my life and my fun, and why should i have a second job when one was bad enough. I transfered raid responsibilities to another, who was far more interested and capable, and let every know I would be greatly decreasing my play time. At this point I may be done with WoW entirely , except for playing with my wife or leveling alts. But yeah i def. need a break. One thing I learned is that the pixels will always be there, and the memories can not be recaptured. The fun you have now with your current friends will not be the same in six months, people come and go quite a bit. I just got back into an old guild on my alt, fun people. I hardly recognize it any more. Their membership has exploded, but everyone is so new nothing is really gelling right now. Sure a handful of people are left from the old guild, but even they hardly remember me. Nor do I expect them to. Life goes on, after all.
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