Dankyn wrote:Ah guys, thanks for all the kind words it really means a lot to me ya know. I really feel like i made a lot of mates in Southern Cross and i'm hoping that even though i've left the game we can still keep in contact.
People are really what make the game interesting ya know, you guys are really what kept me playing this whole time to be honest. Without the guild i probably would of left for good a long time ago!
Real life, does, in the end, take precedent though.
In the real world, like in wow, you can't just put in a half assed effort, like enchanting your gear with crappy enchants or gemming with green gems. If i did that in real life i'd end up without a degree after putting in all these years at uni.
Leaving is tough though. I feel a commitment to the guild, a commitment to wow. You've all been so good to me and helped me become better at the game and i owe you all alot.
Friends can transcend games, i truly believe that the people you meet and have good relations with in Warcraft can be kept and just because i'm not playing i hope i dont get ostracized from the great SC community.
Other then WoW i'd like to enjoy some other communities i'd like to try new games where i don't feel i have to commit. I want to play games where i can log off like whenever i want.
Other then WoW i'd like to be able to just go out when i get called on a wednesday night. Or be able to look after my cousin on a sunday afternoon because my auntie has work.
Look in the end we are a sum of all our experiences. While wow has been a great experience for me thus far its time to try something new, something that doesn't feel like a drain on my social and future employment prospects.
See-ya guys and thanks for the epics!
JUST LIKE THE DAVINCI CODE HO HO HO
honestly dakiean come visit me before you go