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1-30-2012 @ 8:01PM
Long ago people 'had' to raid and they 'had' to join these guilds in order to see the rest of the game. Now that Blizzard has finally woken up, and found that this style of progression was not fun for about 95% of the player base,(if they even got to that level, most of them having nothing to to at max)...it's left the uber guilds in a bit of a fix.I don't want to be harsh but, well, the days of sucking up and 'playing nice' to a huge guild are over. With LFR now people are free to see the content as they desire. I know that most of you guys have good guilds, full of good people, but it was the arrogant guilds, the ones with big egos and small ePeens, that ruined the original spirit of raiding. They became the 'keepers of content', and created the unfortunate stigma that big raiding guilds have to this day.The numbers are dropping, because, and let's be frank here, no one wants to put up with the politics of a guild... especially a huge progression guild.
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