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10-17-2011 @ 7:35PM
Having been in a situation very similar to "John", the only thing I can say is this: Stop bitching about it, and step up to the plate. If no one else but this one guy would assume the role, then step up and help out in a meaningful way. I kept a guild alive for 1.5 years, in a role I was never keen about taking on. The problem was that no one else would do it. So in that situation, is it really the fault of the guy who did his best to keep things going, or is it the fault of other people around him, who could easily assist, but do not?Needless to say, I don't even play WoW at all anymore, because I got tired of being second guessed by a bunch of people that would never step up to the plate and help out. Overall I found that being leading in WoW wasn't rewarding. When your raid goes well everyone celebrates "how great *WE* are", but when they go bad it's "hey this is *YOUR* problem". Now I just enjoy single player RPGs. LOL
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