The Good and the Bad

First - the Good. I got my flight form back on Bumwaller, makes herbing soo much easier.

Now - the Bad. Well, kinda Bad. A number of Limited Warranty members have moved along to more progression minded guilds. They did so with my blessing and on good terms. As I stated in the guild forums:

Unfortunatley, I think this might be when the warranty runs out for a number of players. Chances are good that my playtime is going to be dropping significantly over the next few months and I don't want you guys to be held back. In a few weeks I will be turning 40 years old, spring is coming and I have other commitments that are more important to me than the game right now. I appreciate the fact that you are discussing this on the guild forums and I have really enjoyed playing with you guys. It was a good run and we had a great guild full of awesome professional players. I encourage you to leave alts here and stay in touch with those who do not move on.

I really do wish them all the luck in the world, they are skilled players who take time to learn fights and get geared and ready to go. The guild they are moving to, ONSLAUGHT, has a lot of great people as well and I think it's going to be a good fit for them. I did some raids with them recently as an additional healer and it was a well run raid.

I guess I knew this was a possibility when I named the guild Limited Warranty, it was for me and my friends to have a place to chat and hang out in game. Now, many of the founding members of the guild are contemplating quitting the game.

As for me...the autobilling is turned off, April 29 is the expiration date. The problem now is, what do I do with my time after my projects are over? Any suggestions?


Burgess said...

I don't like Onslaught as much as warranty. People arent close liek we were... QQ
On the other hand we did our first guild run of 25 OS and it was fun and easy - so that slightly makes up for a bit of that loss.
I miss you guys already. Outs actually had me tear up a bit... damn him and his coercive methods.

As for what to make up for it, well summer is coming - and I cannot tell you how much I love the outdoors. I don't know terrain conditions (if any) where you live but if you can find a place to play frisbee golf, you really should. It doesnt take alot of energy or physical fitness, you just have alot of fun chilling with friends and playing - plus its cheap to get into.

Bumwaller said...

there is a course nearby - but I've never gone. Maybe I will. Looking forward to getting on my bike again and working in the yard. I have plans to build a gazebo/picnic shelter in the backyard.