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How to leave a Guild in World of Warcraft Classic

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Sometimes it's hard to say goodbye, and sometimes it's extremely easy. Many long-term players in World of Warcraft Classic will find themselves joining guilds in order to tackle the highest-level quests, enemies, raids, and raid-bosses. It's understandable that some players may want to leave a longtime guild for a fresh group, or perhaps you've joined a guild that instantly annoys you and simply need to leave for better options.

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The process for leaving a guild in WoW Classic is quite easy. Simply bring up your guild chat and type /gquit. Entering this command will release you from the guild to which you belonged and it will allow you to search for another group, or remain a lone wolf for the time being.

Be careful, though, if you're quitting a guild in order to start your own. It costs 10 silver and requires you to get 10 signatures from other players on an in-game guild charter.

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