In a game with 11 million (is it even more than that now?) players you will be hard pressed to find yourself in a situation where at least someone else in the WoWverse hasn't experienced something somewhat similar. The rarity comes from finding someone who has actually blogged about it.
So it is with PTD (Part Time Druid) I find that something back at the beginning of March.
I didn’t see anything in guild chat about a Naxx run starting, and I was frankly a bit shocked...I tried to schedule something for this exact time...I was completely ignored. From what I could tell, it was a run set up through PM, with someone picking and choosing who to invite.
The fact they chose alts over PTD lead a gquit.
Now, unlike some of my guild has done or mentioned doing, I don't want to quit. But watching groups get formed after several pleas to be a part of things is disheartening. Recently someone returned after taking a break, a few of our guild bent over backwards to help them do all of the things I had asked about. I do get a feeling of being left out of my own guild.
But since these things are more or less side projects it doesn't bother me so much. If I start getting left out of the 25-man raids, then I'll have cause to really wonder why I'm in the guild at all.
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- Alts: A Look Back
- Keeping up with the Khaz'goroths
- Elitist Jerks
- Documenting history
- And just like that another blow...
- Still progressin'
- Biggest threat to guilds
- gj Dual specs
- *scratches head*
- "Whatever the guild wants"
- The first part of Wrath Expansion: A Look Back
- Deciding on a main
- Feeling left out in your own guild
- M & S
- 5 months in
- Balancing Bloggers?
- No, nyet, non, nein.
- Saying no theme
- Day one
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