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12-19-2011 @ 6:41PM
I am in a similar situation in that my fiance and I game with my in-laws (his family)- it can get really stressful but we are thankfully to the point where they understand that they're not good enough for current content, so we plan time to do retro raids together and the like. They are pretty active in pvp, and have multiple "teams" of characters they level together, so we can still do stuff together.
12-19-2011 @ 7:05PM
Exactly my situation- except its my dad and grandad that my hubby and I play with. Dad is decent and even raids with PuG's once in a blue moon, not so much my grandpa.Hubby and I are hardcore raiders, among the top 3 guilds on our server.We do 5 mans together, some old world stuff, but only 1x a week. The other six days are free for raiding, or doing dungeons alone (Dungeon Finder style or or otherwise), or trolling Trade/AH.Maybe Trapped doesn't have to fill all his time on WoW to squeeze his buddies out, but rather tell them he is stressed and really just needs so many days a week to himself (as he needs), to do the content his style. Maybe they feel that they 'have' to group with him if he's on just b/c that's what they always do.
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