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9-06-2006 @ 1:49PM
Rudeness. That's the number one sign for me that a group's going to be in trouble. If you're looking to join a group and the person you're talking to is short with you, acts like they're doing you a favour, or talks in very minimal text speak, that's usually a sign for me to go elsewhere. Lack of use of "please" and "thank you", oddly enough, I've found to be the single most reliable indicator that I don't want to be in this group. Likewise, if I'm putting a group together and someone starts up complaining about the group makeup in party chat("3 Hunters? FFS! Drop one now!"), or otherwise being rude and pushy (pushy is a particularly bad sign) I'll normally kick them out straight away, to avoid problems later. If, on the other hand, they raise their concerns with me privately and politely, that's a very good sign indeed. I've found the most bizarre class-combinations can work provided you're all competent and friendly.
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