When you gotta try to move on

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So this week in the middle of me moving again for work, my guild decided to cease raiding activities. It’s been slowly approaching for  a while it seems. We went from a 25 man force in Cata raiding heroic modes (though we were struggling to maintain that) down to a 10 man team struggling to down normal modes. This is a guild that’s been around since Vanilla WoW. I honestly haven’t played my level 90 alts this week because of this (well and the move as well). So I’m doing a lot of moving both physically and mentally. My real choices in my mind was between:

1. A 25 person raid guild where I know several people and have raided with several before, but their raider applications was closed so I’d have to join as community and await raid slots opening.

2. My second feasible option (at least in my mind) was a guild I had been in previously and left at the end of Wrath. I’ve alt raided with them off and on, they like to be 25-man semi casual, but the amount of fail in the current 25 man raids I’ve been in is overwhelming (I’ve healed for them on nights I didn’t have raids or anything). They only seem to get progress to happen when they drop down to 10 man. Plus while I could get close to getting into the 10 mans, but they would probably give priority to their older team members until I had been there a while.

I think I know where I’m going, but I’m still don’t know where is totally right just now.


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