I am not quitting entirely, but with WoW coming out, I expect myself to be around less - especially at night ET and probably the weekends. Feel free to add me on Discord via Zortania#7038.
I've told a few people, but I'm at a point with the game where I've felt primarily obligated to log in rather than wanting/desiring to do it for many, many months. This is from a combination stemming from the Atarah drama in Enorian, continued with this war and the negativity surrounding it, and further with the end of it. It's hard to find the enjoyment I used to.
I do just want to say in general, in regards to a lot of why my gameplay soured - please think about how you treat other players and how you make the game experience for them. We often get solely in the mindset to win, or to outdo others, and less on how to make the game fun for the majority. There will always be outliers who are never satisfied or happy. Don't let them bring down the desire to better the community for all.
Please remember that if you keep chasing people away, keep ignoring that you don't know what's going on in their lives outside the game and (in the end) it is -just a game-, that eventually all that will be left is you and your small circle of friends like you. Branch out, befriend people more, and get to know them. Make people feel like they are wanted, not just needed. You might end up being just what they needed to keep them logging in or more.