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Slideshow #9

This is a screenshot from the last time our guild ever did the dungeon "Molten Core" in WOW. We had formed our guild 2 years before with the explicit purpose of raiding together, and it had become such a part of our lives that even though we all had better gear and harder dungeons to crack, we would still come together each week and clear Molten Core, just because it was something that was part of our bonding process. It was stupidly easy towards the end, and the number of people slowly got smaller and smaller each week until this last run was completed with just 20 level 60 characters - half the "normal" number. It was like saying goodbye to something that bound us together, and even though we had more higher-level dungeons to conquer, they never felt quite the same and the guild dissolved and reformed into something new shortly after we stopped raiding Molten Core.

--- Greg Hodgson

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