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10-24-2011 @ 8:54PM
I can kind of relate to that. I had made a couple good friends to the point of even talking to them in real life. They both went on to raid, leaving my littler social guild behind. Neither of them really even play WoW now. When Cata brought out the looking for guild feature, I made sure to correctly label and advertise my guild as a social guild, looking for fun and social people. I am totally at peace where the way my guild is and happy with the core of my guild members. If any of them want to leave, the door is open to return. However if they just /gquit one day and don't have the decency to talk to me about it then they might not be so well received. Some people aren't good with saying farewell and that is unfortunate. I have to say I totally disagree with "be discreet about it." I am not saying you need to make a big announcement about it. If you were a vocal/participating member of a social/leveling guild, people are going to ask questions. That's not really fair to the officers or the GM in my opinion. You should treat people and friends like people and friends, not like people who occupy space or are blips on a screen.
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