No I'm not talking about cleaning out my bag space, although that is something I struggle with on a daily basis.
When I mention keeping things light, I mean I am making a concerted effort to leave drama, disappointment and difficulty out of my WoW.
In any other game genre this would be easy. People play together to have fun and go their separate ways afterwards.
But in MMORPGs, the land of guilds, clans, supergroups and kinships, you have to work at keeping the social problems minor obstacles to your success.
If Player X doesn't like playing with Player Y? In essence he doesn't have to. However if Player X and Player Y are in a raid guild, they many times put aside differences because they are working toward a common goal.
However the differences are still there, suppressed, and sometimes it doesn't take much for them to rear their ugly heads.
My drama, well not actually my drama, but drama in close proximity of me, is too fresh to go into detail about. But I'll just say I'm making a change to get away from it.
I'm keeping things light. If a move is what is required, I'm moving. If stepping away from raiding is what is required, I'll quit raiding for a while. I want to keep playing and *shock* have fun while I'm doing it.
This is my hobby, not a virtual soap opera.
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