Well lucky for me April starts today, because if it started yesterday I would have already failed at my exercise in saying no.
Yesterday evening I sat down at my computer. It was a scheduled raid night and I didn't feel like raiding. We can choose to skip raids. Of course you always have the choice to skip as many as you want but it affects whether you get slotted or permanently replaced. But I think you can miss one or two raids a month before anyone blinks an eye. Now I haven't missed a raid in all of the months I've been raiding again. So if I logged on and asked to sit one out I think they would have obliged. Instead I realized I didn't want to miss a chance at another Immortal attempt. We managed to clear one wing before someone died. At that point I wanted to find an excuse to log.
I didn't bail on the raid, but once again I did something for the (chance at a) achievement and not because I was having fun doing it.
D&D needs evil races
2 days ago