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5-26-2008 @ 4:32AM
"However, don't look too clueless! If the raid leader is asking "so.. why did we wipe?" it doesn't instil confidence in the rest of the raid. Even if you don't know because your position in the raid couldn't observe what happened, ask the other officers who might have an idea."It's interesting you should say this... I find it preferable to discuss it with the entire raid, and see what input people have. Sometimes they notice something none of the officers see, and it's also much better for morale than the officers going silent before announcing "It's ______'s fault."
5-27-2008 @ 11:17AM
I do this in every instance I have run regardless if I am leading it.Then when people advise what happened I try to contribute with anything I saw.... and offer what I personally would have done differently. No one is perfect, even if you think you didn't make a big mistake, some times minor mistakes all around the group are enough to wipe it.
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