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8-24-2007 @ 3:44PM
Well, there seems to be a split in opinions here. My opinion, I think if you cant run the whole instance you should not run it at all. Only exception would be if you and some friends or guild mates are farming gear or rep and have agreed ahead of time that one or all may leave early.As for etiquette, you were with in your right, but you may want to warn the early leaver that you are going to look for a replacement. The LFG system does still work when you are in a fun group. It will not allow auto inviting, but it will let you search for players interested in the instance. So to sum up.1. Ask the group if they wish to proceed for the next 20 min and then find an alt (they should have a say)2. Let the early leaver know what the groups decision is.3. if you are going to keep going till they have to leave, take drink breaks to find a replacement.As for etiquette for the early leaver:1. upfront notification of time schedule.2. FIND AN APPROPRIATE REPLACEMENT FOR YOUR SELF3. if you are a healer or tank (much harder to replace) dont go if you dont have time. 4. In all cases listed above, real life comes in to play. Emergencies happen and cant be avoided. These rules apply to know time lines. Work, school, bed, food... know your schedule and be polite. If the emergency allows, try to help find a replacement.
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