I love WildStar, but I can't handle it anymore ...

It's been quiet on WildWeave for the past few days, even though there were a few things to report here and there. Unfortunately though, this was merely leading up to what's coming next and without further ado I have to say that the project WildWeave is over. I can absolutely tell you that I am very saddened by this. Anyone who has paid any attention to all the articles, news and videos on the site since release will have noticed that maintaining the site has always been hit and miss for me, but at the end of the day I just didn't want to give up on WildStar, Carbine and most of all the community.

But now it's time for me to draw the line. It may sound somewhat excessive but I just cannot go on anymore. I want to show WildStar in a positive light, I want Carbine to be successful and I want to provide an opportunity for people to get all the information that they are interested in. But each week there is another blow from up high that drags me down. And when I say "from up high" I am refering to Carbine. So many bad decisions, so many unkept promises and so many hopes that have been crushed.

We are giving so much feedback to Carbine and trying to help them out as best as we can, but are getting hardly anything back. This is something that I want to be done with now. Gone are the thoughts that things can get better and gone is the work invested into showing the community what there is and will be. I have invested a lot of time into this and I cannot continue to do so, even if I wanted to. There are much more important things, especially considering that the future is so incredibly unknown.

But it's not like I want to recommed leaving WildStar to everyone, not at all actually. I will continue to roam Nexus because the game is still a lot of fun to me. But for me personally, the time has now come to clearly state that I cannot give Carbine another chance. Maintaining a site such as this costs time and money and when you get hardly anything back for that it's quite depressing. I think that anyone should be able to understand this.

I love working with the community and anyone who knows me will know that it warms my heart every time I am able to report things. This is why this decision is so unbelievably difficult for me. I can already imagine wanting to write about these things again two weeks from now, but I can also imagine how incredibly disappointed I will be by other things. It's exactly this up and and down that I don't want to deal with anymore.

I would like to thank all my regular visitors who, just like me, had high hopes of WildWeave becoming something truly great. To that I can only say that a lot of things about the site were accomplished in the background and I am very proud of that. But on the other hand there are also a lot of small problems to overcome to bring everything online and when your motivation to actually do that just waxes and wanes from week to week, things are just not going to work out. I hope that you can understand and wish all you faithful Nexians out there a whole lot of fun with everything that is yet to come.