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4-20-2008 @ 3:23PM
I wonder if there's a relationship between "If you don't think you can handle the pressure and the criticism from other classes, then raiding might not be an end game activity for you."and "My guild has lost and recruited more healers than either DPS or tanking classes combined. There is an abysmally high turnover rate."The ONLY people who should be criticizing raid members are the RL and perhaps the CL and that should be done privately. A lot of raiders confuse "OK, what happened that time?" and "WHO SCREWED UP?". The former is asking what happened so the raid can do better next time. The latter is some insecure twerp trying to assign blame. Guess which one works and which one causes healers to quit raiding?
4-20-2008 @ 4:45PM
Hear hear. One of the many reasons I quit raiding.
4-20-2008 @ 5:52PM
agreed. well said.
4-21-2008 @ 3:35AM
I agree completely.This point got driven home to me the other day on my holy Paladin. My guild did a quick Kara run and we had a few bad wipes on Prince, but no one flew off the handle or laid blame and we went on to kill him. Later that night I did a PuG SSC and the healers got no end of crap despite the DPS' clear inability to watch their agro causing more wipes than any messed-up healing rotation. Guess which raid was more fun? :P
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