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3-05-2012 @ 1:54PM
I was in pretty much the same situation, organizing raids while being an altoholic, working on Loremaster, then eventually running the LFR on different chars while not having too much time available anyway. It eventually felt like leading the raid, getting that together, was a chore like something at my rl job, and I felt everything was heading towards a massive WOW-burnout quickly...I expressed this, and also offered the "job" to someone else. There were several raiders who were very good about organizing, helped with tacts, etc, and they did ask about upcoming raids every week. At first, no one wanted to actually take over, but then, someone did. I understand that its a good feeling to get stuff together, to actually start raid groups etc, achieving goals, but if it gets to the point where you feel pressured, where you can't enjoy the game anymore, it's time to cut back on responsibilities... its supposed to be fun. And, as harsh as it sounds, I really have not much tolerance for anyone unwilling to accept it when someone says he or she has to cut back because there is a burnout on the way, because it gets too much.
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