So, I finally took the leap and joined a guild. They were advertising need of healers for ICC 10 on my realm forums, and it’s about time I got back into the game.
I’m glad just to have the chatter of guildchat once more. It’s fun to get to know new people. I don’t know anyone in the guild, and that is rather surprising. Having been on the server since it opened, I was starting to feel like I knew everyone.
Ironically the guild has been around since the server opened, and the GM at least remembers me from the old days, even if I don’t remember him.
We ran 3 heroics the other night. Everyone seems very nice and laid back. The toons they took on these heroics were alts, so the lesser gear and still learning the class made for interesting heroics.
Then I got invited into ICC with them, which honestly shocked me. We got through Rotface, the farthest I’ve gotten so far! I have to admit, I’m fairly certain I wiped the raid a few times on Rotface and I died on Festergut.
I have to admit, I’m feeling a little bit lost. It’s the same feeling I had when I was in Resolution before. I don’t like being carried. I don’t want to be carried. I had assumed I was being recruited for the 2nd team, which would be the weaker team, and with people who are more on par with my skill and experience level.
I really like the people. I really like that it’s a 10 man guild. I don’t like being the weakest link.
I may end up having to leave. It hurts too much to be the fail in a guild full of awesome.
So yeah, all the bitter posts about being a scrub are true. I am a scrub. Fail priest is fail. Don’t invite me to your guild or your raid or your pug. Stay far far away, I’ll only let your tanks die.
I don’t quite know what to do. Maybe I should just give up on raiding and focus on alts from now on. Maybe I should just quit the game.
Festergut and Rotface are easy fights, or so I’ve heard. If I’m messing them up, then there must be something really really wrong with me.