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11-04-2008 @ 7:40PM
While I personally would think a mix of stern and nice would do the trick, I've seen the strict raid leader in action and he did wonders. Said Raid leader took my old guild through all the content pre-BC, and he always knew what he was talking about, this was without a doubt a very smart person. While he would shout out "what, the, fuck is going on" and so on, he would very rarely aim it at one specific person, he didn't shout to harass, but more to get an idea of what was going on. When you think about it, there's nothing wrong in that. That way he showed that he wouldn't go easy on bad raids, but he wouldn't harass anyone. He merely took everything smoothly, and when ppl couldn't do the same he questioned what was the problem, because he was smart and could easily see the solutions, while specific ppl might not have so easily.I've never had as much fun in Wow as when raiding with this raid leader, so that says that strict can still be nice. Strict is needed for a ppl to follow a leader, that doesn't mean he can't be nice. Strict merely make things happen. Aa nice raid leader who doesn't care if the guild keeps wiping on the same boss won't get your guild anywhere.
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