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10-10-2011 @ 8:52PM
I'm actually kind of concerned about the opposite problem. I'm the GM of a friends/family guild that has gone dead. I've been keeping the fires burning and things well maintained. People like to pop in unexpectedly, we've had a few returns recently. After a month or so, everyone left again for another MMO. I'm still actively logging in but I'm feeling tired and need a break. Pug raiding has declined hard on my server, especially as melee DPS and I've got tons of solo goals accomplished. There's no groups recruiting for a ret pally either. Just not much left for me without any friends or a steady group.I can't really entrust the guild to anyone right now, and as it is I inherited it from the original GM when he took a break. I feel like the only option I have is /gkicking most of the guild and just reinstating when people want to come back en masse. It's a jerk move, but I don't want to come back to WoW in 6 months and find out someone's little brother logged in and took over the guild. And there's a rather sizeable supply of expensive mats in the GV and a pretty decent pot of gold to go with it. I wanted to keep those safe for the next return to WoW.
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