The Guild "Fractured" a considerable time ago, but was still held together by tenuous strings.
The first "Incident" that really started severing those strings was the handling of the major event. That pushed away a number of us who were on the fringes, myself included. Just due to the manner it was handled.
The "Discord Incident" was a secondary issue but further broke things and pushed more people apart. The majority of online "Social" has moved towards twitter and discord and in our attempts to move over the "incident" seemingly halted it. Our discord is one of the lowest activity discords I am on.. and a few of my discords are less than 10 members.
The thirdly - life is just happening.
I can't remember the last time I spoke to Mark, but I'm currently deep in bloodbowl and i'm sure i'd get some mocking comments about my teams performances, but he's busy with his life.
Todd and Sarah are planning a wedding amongst the chaos the world is in.
Loz I assumed was off somewhere doing something!
We aren't students anymore, WoW isn't high in our priorities, and we all mostly have a variance of other games we play.
BoT doesn't need to be BoT for us to play together, so long as we stay in some form of communication