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10-25-2011 @ 12:36PM
I think the problem is, at least what I'm seeing here, is that the guild that you have and you're used to is mainly a social guild, with raiding as a side activity, or something extra. That's all fine when someone wants to be in the guild but not in the raid group. My old main is in such a guild, but not in the raid group anymore (due to stress from blood tanking wearing me out).However, there are guilds out there that are specifically for raiding. My new main joined a sister guild for the sole purpose of raiding. If, all of a sudden, they decided to now be an RP and PvP guild, but I still wanted to raid, I would be screwed.I don't want to RP and I don't want to PvP. If I wanted to continue raiding, I would need to either find a small group of similar minded folks in the same guild, or find some other way to raid. Usually that entails leaving for a raiding-specific guild. Saying that you shouldn't find a guild just for raiding because that's not the player you are is just like saying, well you shouldn't find a guild just to be social with others. You shouldn't tell others to have fun, that's no fun at all.Just my two cents.
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