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2-20-2012 @ 11:46AM
I think the Mamas have this one nailed down. Once the original raid team broke apart, the reason for your kinship and friendship seems to have fallen by the wayside. I think people tend to stay in guilds because of a sense of loyalty, as well as inertia. But if you play the game to raid on your rogue, and you can't do that in your current guild, and your current guild doesn't really hold much sway over you in terms of friends/relationship, then it's time for an amicable breakup. Something like this:"Guild, let's talk. I know we've been together for sometime, and we had a lot of fun. At first, there was a lot of passion and it was all sex and gravy. I did it from behind, and you rewarded me with some very nice pointy sticks. But it seems over time our relationship has run dry, like a desert river in a first world country. And I'm standing downstream, and I'm thirsty. Thirsty for the blood of dragons dripping off my pointy stick. So I'm out" /vanishYeah, that's how it would happen.
2-20-2012 @ 9:56PM
Pyromelter, I don't know if you're a guy or a girl, and I don't care. I would date you just for the break-up speech.
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