Those who know/care about me might've noticed the last time I was playing was quite a while ago - I mean, last time I logged in, we still had a black president.
Truth is, while I really have wanted to play, a lot of stuff has stacked up, forcing me to cancel my subscription.
Putting aside the general waning enthusiasm for this expansion, there's more importantly the issue of my time in college taking up most of my time either in class or working on things for my classes, and being so drained by that stress that most of what I can do on weekends is just sleep.
Plus, there's the fact I've got basically no income right now, so I can't afford to keep my sub going, especially if I've got no time to actually play anyway - heck, I've only got about $20 in the bank right now.
I'm not totally dead to Azeroth, though; my sub doesn't expire until the end of May, but it's pretty unlikely I'll be able to login again before then.
So, much as I love you guys, until things loosen up a bit and I can get some funds, I'm gonna have to sit on the sidelines for a while.
I have not abandoned you - heck, I see many of you almost like extra family members, not just friends - I simply can't keep things going the way I want.
Anyone who's interested in staying in touch, you can contact me on Facebook or follow on Tumblr.
Crittie, as I always say real life is more important than WoW. And while it can be hard to say goodbye to your friends for a while, keeping your priorities straight is the right thing to do.
Dont worry, once youre out of school and have a good job, you can come back and look us up. We'll be here for you.
Remember no one can keep a good Gnome down!
- Forbs "For Gnomeregan!"
Thanks, that means a lot. At first I was worried you guys might've thought I'd just up and left the guild or something, as long as it had been since I'd logged in, but I'm glad to see you're still waiting for me to get a chance to come back around.
And I was serious about the Facebook/Tumblr thing, I like to keep in touch.
Frankly, the only thing that concerns me about coming back, whenever that might be, is having to do so much catching-up on my various characters!