I joined my new guild about a month ago, but didn’t bring my alts over because they were comfy where they were . One was my AH runner, and the other my herbalist and Gm of my Alt bank, that I was semi leveling for her herbing, and now is close enough to 80 that I might as well get her those last 3 levels.
Joining a guild is like starting a realtionship – what you get out of it, often depends on how much work you put into it. Do you give it your all, or do you hold something back? Ive always held something back. A secret Toon on the same server as an escape. My ‘secret’ toon is now on another faction and server, but who knows when the faction change comes it, she might be ideal to to bring her over, though I must say I am enjoying questing on the other side for a change. So on the weekend I have brought my other toons that I do potter around with into the guild. I guess this is my committment to staying. In contrast to the week before when I was logging in only to raid, and was escaping off server as often as possible my playing time this week was mostly in my guild, and I think my experience was enhanced because of it. Guild Pvping – running instances ect ect..
I think I said too much once on vent though, rather early in the morning in my attempt to stay awake for the Twisted Nether Blogcast, and I said that this guild was the end of the road for me, and I mean it. I don’t mean that I will be leaving the guild, or the game, but its my last hop in raiding. I don’t think 3 guilds in 10 months is excessive, but as my 3rd wrath guild I am tired and just want to settle down. So the toons I play on my server I brought in, and I am hoping I stay happy enough to stay ( even if they also have 3 raiding priests.. )