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4-11-2011 @ 6:35PM
Early this year I got burnt out on dungeons, and what was meant to be a couple weeks break (in a guild where I was only really in charge of keeping the bank organized and organizing ranks) turned into not renewing my account.I feel kind of bad, but honestly there's not that much they needed me there for because the officers had a good share of duties, and we had several bank tabs already organized for use plus a solid rank system. We also didn't really put gold into the bank, and only raiding level or higher ranks could use it to repair.Part of the issue was just that I became the guild leader because our officers couldn't agree which one of them should be in charge, and I was the most neutral about things (and I got along with everyone.) So I really didn't feel any connection to being the leader, I was more like a manager, and the newer members didn't even realize I was the leader. That was fun sometimes, but mostly just annoying when people wouldn't listen.After playing alot of minecraft, I'd like to come back, but I just don't have the money to resubscribe. I'm hopeful they put in for a leadership change so I can come back mid-summer and just raid some on my shaman as a normal member.It sucks, but yeah, sometimes officers and leaders just burn out, and then stuff happens that keeps them from being able to pass on leadership properly.
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