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1-30-2012 @ 12:33PM
I had something similar to this happen.!I restarted playing WoW again after a 2 and a half year break by playing with real-life friends, their family, and the guild with their friends too. The guild was quite active and about 3-4 months after Cataclysm came out, the guild leader became more serious about losing weight (so far she has dropped close to 200 pounds I think) and eventually stopped playing. This, of course had the ripple effect with her family, and the guild became a ghost town, died, and abandoned the 4-5 people that still do play today. I had the eventual series of guild hops on one character to test the waters and had no luck. Then a random encounter while fixing my healer's UI let me into the guild I am in now (Was making an attempt to fix the party frames and had to ask what had turned out the guild leader to be part of a party for a moment). Least to say, all the alts are there and I'm glad to call the Inquisitors (H) on Nesingwary my guild. Sometimes it pays to take chances and make mistakes, and being nice and polite really helps too. :)-And sorry for the long comment, but I hope this helps!
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