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1-26-2009 @ 1:12PM
At risk of being tldr; I'm going to speak my mind on this.At large I think this is a *terrible* communication style. If its a pug, that's one thing, more than likely you'll never see those people again, so there was no need to do anything beyond getting the job at hand done, so if you can do it with no talking, good for you, I guess. Though I never found things much fun that way, personally.But if you're with people you're grouping with on a regular basis, you need more communication not less! I've found nearly all guild drama could be averted if people would just SAY SOMETHING instead of grumbling in the background that "omg I've tried nothing and nothing worked!" As a guild leader I cry inside when someone gquits without warning or communication, because I would have happily tried to make it work for them, if they had merely SAID SOMETHING. Imagine how much less drama full things would be even if the problem was irreconcilable if the person merely communicated that "the raiding schedule just isn't working out, nothing personal against you all." or whatever. I suppose there's the chance that you're 100% happy with the way things are all the time, and if such is the case, good luck to you and your non-communication. I'm glad you're in the happy minority.In conclusion, as a guild leader, I highly object to this article and the very idea of encouraging my guildies to not communicate. =b
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