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May 17th 2008 2:50PM Here is my two copper for what it's worth..
I have been lucky enough to be in the same guild to watch Rag Fall and hopefully Illidan soon.
But even though I have been in the same guild for these years that I have played this game.
I feel that I have been in many guilds in the time that I've been here even though I've had the same guild name above my head people come and people go for whatever reasons they feel they have to be it changes to the game mechanics
lack of new content the "casualization" of the game are real-life.
My point is that nothing lasts forever nothing stays the same guilds fall apart all the time in one way or another even if the name does not change old people leave new ones come progress slows down progress speeds up slumps happen.
So are guilds not always falling apart in some way or another?