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2-14-2011 @ 10:25AM
First, I practice my Latin paradigms as I fly around doing arch and read articles while hanging out in guild chat waiting for an event to start. So studying and playing is possible.As for burnout:I would def. talk to the GM first and get their perspective. I would try either (a) taking a short break from the game or (b) taking a short break from being an officer. Then ya, as the OP said, reevaluate after a week.My Co-GM found himself feeling a bit burnt out, so he stepped down from main tank and officer, and he seems to be enjoying the game more now as a grunt dps. (But who can still backseat tank from time to time.)Also, I know that with meeting new people in general, if you don't force yourself to say hi to people in the beginning, it only gets harder. I would suggest whispering some of the newer guildies, personally introducing yourself, and asking about them or starting some sort of convo. As a new guildie, veterans can be intimidating, so don't expect them to seek you out. tl;dr Use this as an opportunity to try a new role in the guild, talk with the newer guildies, or take a short break like the OP suggested.
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