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12-19-2011 @ 6:56PM
I call bullshit on both the replies. Here's the truth: They're not good enough for the type of content you want to do, and they're NOT going to be able to follow you. You WON'T end up playing with them because your new guild will always come first, and if you do play with them you'll resent them because you'd rather be with your guild. Robin and Lisa are both suggesting you string them along in the off chance that you'll play with them again. They're either going to have to get used to playing without you or they're going to have to find something else to play. Not telling them what you want, is just going to end up wasting their time and more importantly, their money.
12-19-2011 @ 7:07PM
That's exactly the point; the OP wants a chance to explore current content without their friends dragging them down. They can still hang out with their friends on off-nights, but raid / dungeon with people they no longer have to carry.
12-19-2011 @ 7:41PM
Thing is, guilds usually don't have things going on every night. Many raiding guilds' rosters only fill up during raid times. If Trapped gets into a raiding guild, he should still have time to spend with his friends. As long as he schedules and plans time with his friends more precisely, it will actually lead to LESS wasted time for them.
12-20-2011 @ 5:16AM
I agree. It is pretty poor advice to string everybody along when you know it will never work.Still, wouldn't it be nice if it could work? I mean if you could play what your wanted with your friends. It ought to be possible, WoW being a social game and all.
12-20-2011 @ 10:38AM
I think honesty with your friends is the best policy. You CAN tell them you want something more from the game without hurting their feelings or losing their friendship. Who knows? ...after trying another guild, you may find you enjoy playing with your friends more. It's okay to take a character and try something different.
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