I'm not sure, A lot of mine have already. My raid team had basically stopped playing at the end of cata and I haven't tried to get into another mainly because I really don't like the atmosphere of hardcore or progression guilds. If I could find another one like my old one then I would give it a try but most of those aren't actually capable of raiding it seems. Plus my old team were all friends with each other so it was never tense it was just always fun times. I'm hoping this flex raiding could open up some opportunities with either a new group that raid casually or part of my old team could get back together and we could get some new people.
Yeah, I'd stop. I only really play now when I'm raiding or doing something to prepare for the raid. Dailies 2 days a week for tokens, then 3 raid nights, usually I only log in 3 days a week when I'm raiding, and the only reason I'm even raiding is because it's the same group I raided with in Wrath, if they were to quit playing or stop raiding I'd stop as well.
I'm thinking about it. first time in the game warriors are not good at anything.
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None of the above.
My RL friends dropped the game in mid-Wrath. So I just sort of hang around and play when nothing more interesting is happening.
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Now WoW consumes the majority of my free time. If my RL friends quit, I'd keep playing but the amount would be reduced.
All my friends left during WotLK and my brother is the only person I still play with, but we have to share a PC so we can't really play at the same time.
My family quit in early ICC (like, before anything had opened up after Saurfang Jr.) so I've largely been in a guild by myself.
Most of my friends quit in early Cata (in like 4.0). Thankfully they've come back in 5.2.
Played by myself just fine without any of them, although I always appreciate the company. I've tried Rift, SWTOR and GW2 in the meantime with both groups of people at different times and always come back to WoW.
The Secret World is the only other MMO I'd consider leaving WoW for, but freaking GW2 (and then Borderlands 2) killed that group and I've no desire to play THAT game solo.
GW2 is the game that finally made me start ignoring the hype surrounding new MMO releases.
I see friends come and go every expansion i just keep playing meet new people start on a new server is an excellent way
I voted "I would keep playing and find a new Guild and friends.", but actually it should be "I play solo, so I don't have a guild nor friends and still play"...
I would most likely look for another guild, and 'friends' wouldn't take to long these days.
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My raiding guild took a break for the winter holidays and I was the only one who came back... I leveled an alt and pugged with her one night. That guild recruited me, so I took the offer. Turns out, that RL was a butt-head... Found out some new IRL friends played and moved to their server. Just a couple weeks later, some of my raiding buddies came back and transferred over to me! We've taken a break from any serious raiding but do have plans to raid seriously next expac (SoO looks super cool, though. I'm trying to convince them that we could easily clear it in Flex-mode.)
Well, in my personal situation as mean as it's to say I'm kind of hoping they will quit.