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6-18-2008 @ 11:12AM
I think a far worse situation is one I encountered not too long ago in heroic Magisters' Terrace. Our healer was a really nice guy with good gear. Problem was, he was awful. We toughed it out to Kael'thas, but couldn't down him because our healer just couldn't heal.It's pretty easy to kick an asshole, but how on earth do you kick a nice person who can't perform their task (when for the sake of the group, they should leave)? Hard call.
6-18-2008 @ 11:29AM
You just have to admit that sometimes the cards just aren't aligned right. I was in H BF the other week. Fun group. But I noticed that it was taking a lot longer to kill trash than it should. I opened up recount to take a look at the meters. My warlock friend was #1 ... but I (warrior tank) was #2, doing almost as much damage as the two hunters were doing combined.But we trudged along. As we got to the first boss, I made it known in party chat that there was no way we would be able to down the second boss with the dps available. We chose to down the first boss, said goodbye to the hunters, and promptly invited two more dps and went on to finish the job.Or there was the really nice priest healer who came in for a regular BM run a few months back. Was very friendly and such in party chat. We grouped up, entered, and I checked out gear as people were buffing. Tier gear is good ... but t0.5 gear isn't good at level 70. I whispered the healer. That was indeed their healing gear. I apologized, then kicked.
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