Next month brings us to the 1 year mark for Warlords. As of this week our last and longest running raid team has decided to retire until possibly 6.2.3 or the release of Legion. This is very normal for the end of the expansion. We do want to thank Kaly and all the raiders for lasting so long and for the progression that they did achieve. With WoD struggling as it is however, the end of raiding will likely see a decrease in active members. With subs being low currently, and a large percentage of people, especially raiders, only logging in a few times a week, we see a storm on the horizon. Myth has lived when other guilds have died out. We have endured the lack of content before expansions, the decrease in subs and the disinterest in players for multiple expansions, but it looks as if we are in for a bumpy ride this time. I understand why people feel there is nothing to do and the general point of view from the WoW community at this time. However, I can assure you there is plenty to do. There is probably much, much more than the majority of you realize. There are achs that I'm sure you don't even know exist, pets and mounts galore to collect, mogs to farm and beautify your toons with. While Myth raiding is on a break, if you are interested in raiding, you can still pug, or you can LFR it if you super bored. You can PvP if you are tired of PvE. There are also WoW challenges that you can pursue, like the Iron Man, the Pacifist and the Blood Thirsty. Never rolled an orc, a troll, a worgen? I would encourage everyone to do all the starter zones, ally included. We have our Lightbringer Ally guild for any interested in that. There really is so much to do. So much that it is overwhelming if you actually look at it all. During this down time we will do our best to try and keep the community we all love strong but we need everyone's help to achieve that. We will be posting more events, parties, etc throughout the months so please keep an eye on the calendar and sign up if you are planning on attending. With less people guild chat can easily die. Don't be shy to talk about WoW, life, whatever, just keep it classy-ish.. Running dungeons, LFR, bgs, ask in guild chat if anyone wants to join, sometimes you will be surprised and find a new friend to bring along on your adventures. Along with these things if you have something in mind that you would like to do to help out the guild feel free to bring us your ideas. We will be looking for anyone interested in posting random WoD raids or RBGs, new events and recruiting as well. You can help a small amount when you have time or throw yourself into something. Any help will be greatly appreciated. We know it's easier to unsub, to return when new content comes like so many do. But we all want the guild here for Legion, so lets push forward, together.