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4-01-2011 @ 8:10AM
This topic actually made me choke up momentarily... not so much the question as the example. The guy who gets blamed for everything, but in a funny, loving way, not a "Why haven't we kicked this guy yet?" way... our guild had one of those for many years... he passed away suddenly less than a month ago. I concur that that role is very necessary; you definitely feel it when it's gone.Anyway...I dunno, I'm just the random gopher, I guess. They tell me what they need, I do my best to get it. I've come up with stacks of fish for the guild upon request, my Scribe made several of the 346 relics for those new 85s with his own mats, back when none of the other Scribes had finished grinding their profs... I've spent the last three solid days farming herbs to provide several stacks of flasks and healing pots for the guild's raid tonight... etc.I don't actually get to raid with them because my work and sleep schedules don't gel with theirs, but at least this way I can feel like I'm specifically contributing to the raids, and someday I'll be able to ride the Dark Phoenix that they're gonna earn, without feeling like I don't deserve it just because I never actually got to punch Cho'gall or Nefarian in the nards, y'know? ^_^
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