The ennui is justified. I honestly think the best solution for anybody who is feeling it strongly is to put GW2 down for a while and play something else in the meantime. If you have a guild or at least a core group of players that you want to keep together, branch out into something else that you all enjoy and play that for a while as you wait for A-Net to get their arse in gear. The emotional attachments to your personal communities and relationships are more important than the game itself. When it becomes something that you feel you can enjoy again, by all means pick it right back up where you left off. It will still be here. MMOs tend to die very hard, especially ones that get a large following from launch, which GW2 incontrovertibly had.
Then again, NCSoft is sadly notorious for having that slight cocaine high jagged edge unpredictability to their who lives or die policies. They axed City of Heroes after 8 years of profitable tenure (something I am still fairly unhappy about even after almost two years), and previously killed Auto Assault and Tabula Rasa before they had a chance to grow into anything. A-Net is their flagship western studio though, I will be very surprised if such an announcement comes any time in the near future no matter what the issues are now or develop later on with the game.
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