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10-31-2011 @ 4:27PM
Just recently, I too had to walk away... from a guild, not from WoW altogether. This was a guild I've had the pleasure of being a part of for six years (joined in 2005). A very respected guild on our server -- one of the few guilds still persisting from WoW's launch -- and I have been an officer for a great deal of my tenure.Unfortunately, the glory days seem to be over. The other officers log in exactly twice a week, and that is only to attend their raid. After their 3 hours are done each night, they log off. They very, very rarely log on their alts. And when they are in their raid, they're focused on just that -- the raid. Attendance at our guild meetings (by regular members) has also been sadly lacking. Altogether, it was sapping my vigor and interest in the game. I had to break from it.I placed my main in a friend's guild. It is more active, thankfully, but not a place I feel wholly welcome at. I also placed an alt in a relatively new guild as an experiment, and I must say that the gamble paid off... it is great to find people who are actually interested in playing the game, energetic, alive and talkative, compared to the ghost town that was my previous guild.
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